One of the most anticipated events of the year, Tomorrowland Around The World, took place this past weekend (July 25-26) attracting up some serious numbers!
Featuring Adam Beyer, Charlotte de Witte, Eptic, Alan Walker, Martin Garrix, Oliver Heldens as parr of a voluminous list of top-tier artists, the virtual event was the only festival of stature to charge for admission as viewers were able to switch between several virtual stages hosted on a fully internet-supported island. With such an incredible offering of music and exclusive visuals, the Tomorrowland online brand was extremely well attended.
More than 1,000,000 viewers tuned in live to watch Tomorrowland Around The World versus their normal 400,000 fan in-person event. To make it all happen, four different video venues from around the world were used to film the sets including green screen studios in Belgium (Boom), the United States (Los Angeles), Brazil (São Paulo), and Australia (Sydney) that hosted the 60-plus artists who stopped by to film their performances prior to the event. To top off the technical spectacle, 300 Terabytes of raw footage were recorded over the two days. According to Tomorrowland’s press team, it took many different render engines working 24/7 for four weeks straight in order to process all the data and prepare it for release. Watch some of the stellar content from Tomorrowland’s own Instagram profile below.