's 2024 CORE Tulum will be one of the festival's biggest to date.
The world-renowned dance music festival is gearing up for a massive 2024. During its next edition, fans will be able to experience Tomorrowland's brand-new CORE stage, which is being developed in-house by the event's creative team.
One year in the making, the stage will make its debut aton January 13th and 20th after its first introduction in Mexico. According to a press release, fans can expect "a spectacular audiovisual experience."
During next year's "Tomorrowland presents CORE Tulum," more than 32,000 fans will be able to experience the city's breathtaking scenery, jungle backdrops and techno rhythms pumped out by the scene's biggest artists and DJs.
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Tomorrowland's CORE Tulum stage has been in the works for over a year, and is being built and designed in-house.
Snake returns to the iconic open-air venue after a momentous turn in 2019 with his Pardon My French collective.
"The brand is simply our way of dressing made available to the public," the fashion-forward producer tells EDM.com.
Aug 22, 2023
Registration for Zamna Festival in Tulum begin on Wednesday, August 30th at 8am PT (11am ET). Visit the festival'sto find more information and purchase tickets.
Tomorrowland isn't just a household name. It's one the world's most recognizable and most-attended festivals. With over 400,000 people from all over the world as well as more than 750 performing artists, Tomorrowland has prevalently been considered the globalfor years.
2023's festival, though, was different. Tomorrowlandwith TikTok so viewers around the world could experience its music, magic and lights. Across both weekends, the festival's TikTok stream garnered an impressive .
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