One of Europe's biggest and most popular music festival, Tomorrowland, has commenced in Belgium, drawing party-goers from all over the world.
All the 350,000 tickets for the 10th edition of the dance music festival were sold out within a few hours of it being made available in February.
This year's festival include some of the biggest names in music such as Diplo, Hardwell, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Kaskade and many more. The schedule is so tight-packed that it will be difficult to catch all the events.
Fans unable to make it to the festival can still be a part of it as a live stream of the event will be running throughout the weekend.
Similar to the previous year, Tomorrowland TV will be broadcasting the event live each day and the streams will 9pm – 2am CEST. This will be followed by a repeat later on.
Click here for Tomorrowland TV.
Tomorrowland Radio too will broadcast the events live.
People in the United States can tune in to My959 Hawaii's Dance Station; in India the event will be broadcast through Radio One India; and Australians can tune in to KISS FM Australia.
Click here for the complete list of radio stations.
The 10th edition of the music dance festival is sure to be a success, and reportedly, Sao Paulo has already been signed on to host the next installment of the festival in May 2015, according to Billboard.
Last year, the electronic music festival expanded to the U.S. with Atlanta's TomorrowWorld, and this year it is once again returning with artists such as Avicii, Bassnectar, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Diplo and Kaskade set to perform.
"TomorrowWorld's 2014 full artist lineup will take audiences on a journey with the impressions of each stage telling a story similar to the evolution of a movie, with a cohesive beginning, middle and end," the festival promoters said, according to MusicTimes.
Here is the list of artists who will be performing during Weekend 1 - Saturday and Sunday – of Tomorrowland.
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Hermanaez b2b Massimo Girardi
Bollen & Fichtner
Radio Ultra Modern
AN21 & Max Vangeli
Lucy Fox A Lot