TomorrowWorld is gearing up to throw one helluva good time coming up later in September. The legendary festival which traditionally drew hoards of international tourists to Belgum has finally crossed the Atlantic Ocean and come to the States. Now the Tomorrow-magic is set to root itself in America for the first time ever in Georgia’s Chattahoochee Hills. Boasting live art, interactive attractions and seven stages, we definitely have our scope set on a few of them. TomorrowWorld has announced today that OWSLA will host a stage at the massive music festival. Featuring heavy hitters and up-and-comers alike, Skrillex’s progressive and dynamic bunch of bass brains will be hosting its very own party at TomorrowWorld. Names like Kill The Noise, Jack Beats, Alvin Risk and many others are slated to represent House-OWSLA, and San Francisco based electro duo M Machine are even doing a live set.
And if OWSLA isn’t your preferred squad, a few weeks back TomorrowWorld also announced a Mad Decent stage, so they will definitely have you covered. Diplo‘s loony-bin of a record label is home to names known to throw down some of the best sets, and throw the biggest parties from the decks. The Mad Decent stage will host the likes of ETC! ETC!, the Godfather of Dubstep Skream, DJ Snake, Paper Diamond, and even the head honcho himself, Diplo is on the bill.
Between these two stages, plus the Fool’s Gold Clubhouse, a little bit of TomorrowWorld real estate that will be hosted by A-trak’s imprint, and an entire stage dedicated to bass music, TomorrowWorld should be filled with plenty of that grimy sound we all crave. Names like Luminox, ƱZ, Bro Safari, LOUDPVCK, and Carnage are also found on the inaugural lineup, which is sure to bring something to the American festival circuit that has never been seen before. That dirty trap we all love will truly be on the global main stage at the end of this month as TomorrowWorld amps up for this epic weekend. Get excited for the OWSLA stage, get pumped for the Mad Decent stage, because between these huge powerhouse record imprints, TomorrowWorld might not even know what its in for.