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Tomorrowland 2020 is the latest music festival getting postponed due to COVID-19, new dates revealed!

Tomorrowland 2020 was scheduled to take place over two weekends between July 17 – 19 and July 24 – 26 at Boom, Belgium but had to postpone the entire festival due to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak and ban of all large scale events in Belgium until August 31, 2020.

“With a lot of pain in our hearts, we have to inform you that Tomorrowland cannot take place in 2020. We understand and support the governmental order that has just been issued,” Tomorrowland wrote in an official statement today.

Tomorrowland will now take place in the summer of 2021 between July 16 – 18 and July 23 – 25.

“This situation is extremely hard on us all. As a community, we are sad, disappointed, and angry – but also hopeful, because we know that we are much stronger than this setback. What we started together in 2005 became a strong global symbol. We will triumph together and will continue to unite,” organisers say.

Performers at this year’s enormous festival were to include Armin van Buuren, Aly & Fila, Gareth Emery, Bryan Kearney, Cosmic Gate, Giuseppe Ottaviani 3.0, MaRLo (Tech Energy), Key 4050, Dash Berlin, Ferry Corsten, Ben Nicky, ilan Bluestone, Markus Schulz and many more.

All tickets purchased for this year’s edition will be transferred to Tomorrowland 2021. Ticket holders will receive an update soon via email with more specific information.

“Despite the enormous disappointment, we would like to call on everyone again to follow their local government’s guidelines closely. Stay at home, wash your hands, and keep your distance from one another. Do it for yourself, your loved ones, and the exceptional medical staff all over the world who are working around the clock. Take good care of each other and stay safe.”

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