Tomorrowland comes to Africa
04 May 2016, 22:09
Nairobi - The world’s biggest
electronic music festival, Tomorrowland, is finally making its way to Africa,
and indeed the rest of the world in 2016.
The event which has since its launch
in 2005 been held in Europe and the U.S has spread its wings to the rest of the
world, this time including Africa as one of its stages. South Africa will play
host to the Tomorrowland Unite Event, a mirror of the main event hosted in
will see 8 countries connect to create one of the biggest gatherings on the
planet. Mexico, Columbia, Germany, Israel, South Africa, India and Japan will
all take part in this event having live mixes from local and international
talents playing for audiences across the world on the 23rd of July.
Kenya might not be left behind in this earth shattering movement, with Kenya
Nights being nominated as the official representatives of Pulse Radio (event
sponsors) for East Africa.
Check out the Tomorrowland Unite promo video here.
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