Tomorrowland Is Set To Replace One Of Its Most Popular Stages This Year!

Tomorrowland Opera Stage

Tomorrowland is seriously looking to switch things up for their 2017 edition! Having already permanently transformed into a two-weekend fixture starting this year, it has now been revealed that the Boom-based festival will no longer be featuring the mighty Opera Stage.

As reported by EDM Tunes, the iconic stage which has been a crucial part of the festival since 2014 is set to be replaced. Renowned as one of the most loved stages at Tomorrowland, the outdoor-themed settlement which boasted of a humongous ferris wheel in the back has hosted the likes of Carl Cox, Paul Kalkbrenner, and even the legendary b2b performance between deadmau5 and Eric Prydz. With a new structure which is being currently set up in place of the Opera Stage, only time will tell what’s in store!

Tomorrowland is set to treat the audience with this year’s Amicorum Spectaculum theme, and with a humongous lineup on offer, we surely can expect the unexpected from the festival giants! Watch the official trailer below and stay tuned for the latest updates.

Tomorrowland 2017 is set to take place across two weekends from 21st — 23rd July and 28th — 30th July 2017.

H/T: EDM Tunes