For those heading to TomorrowWorld next month, you’re in for one hell of a treat. Today, the festival organizers revealed the design of the main stage and it is absolutely breathtaking. Taking place in Georgia’s Chattahoochee Hills, the theme for this year’s festival is “The Arising of Life,” and to ensure that those in attendance have an unforgettable experience, the stage that was used in Belgium during Tomorrowland 2013 has been shipped over to the US.
Standing almost 100 ft. tall and spread out over 426 ft., the mammoth stage boasts a massive volcano in the middle with the left side of the stage representing “the expansion of life on earth” and the right side symbolizing “organic life on earth, with plants a grand waterfall.” The structure reportedly took the engineering team 15 days to put together, so you can imagine just how huge and impressive it must be.
According to the press release:
“This year’s breathtaking Main Stage spans over 400 feet wide and 100 feet tall. Known as the ‘Volcano Stage,’ the computerised, pyrotechnic structure is equipped with multiple waterfalls and a magical volcano that will erupt throughout the three-day event.”
“To create this beautiful and massive site, over 80 shipping containers traveled nearly 6,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean from Belgium to Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. ‘The Arising of Life’ was experienced at Tomorrowland 2013 by over 180,000 attendees and an additional 16 million viewers tuned in online to witness the Madness.”
Featuring EDM’s heaviest hitters (Avicii, Kaskade, Skrillex, Zedd and many more), TomorrowWorld is looking to be the perfect close to an already perfect summer festival season. And now, with the main stage having been revealed, we have even more to look forward to.
TomorrowWorld will take place in Chattahoochee Hills from September 26-28. Tickets are still available, so make sure to grab them if you haven’t already. You can do so by heading over to the festival’s website.