Fresh off the heels as the host of the 2014 World Cup, Brazil is set to host a different beast in 2015. Tomorrowland, every EDM festival goer’s dream, is making the long trip from its birthplace of Boom, Belgium across seas to Itu, Brazil, a historic city located in São Paulo. Having already branched out to Atlanta, Georgia last year to launch TomorrowWorld, this will be the Belgium festival’s first appearance in South America.
With the event rapidly approaching its May 1st kick off date, today Tomorrowland Brasil announced a live stream of the festival directly from its site. While the live stream schedule has yet to be released, dance music fans will surely be able to catch headliners like Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta and Hardwell from the comfort of their couch over the course of three glorious days.
At the end of September, Tomorrowland’s stateside counterpart, TomorrowWorld, will be returning to Chattahoochee Hills, GA, so if you feel like you’re missing out while watching this live stream, you can secure your experience for it here.