Tomorrowland 2022 is a little over a month away, and we already have the full set times for all 3 weekends! You can see the full schedule here. Tomorrowland continues to break the mold by giving us not only superb side stage lineups with enough conflicts that you wish you could clone yourself, but by pushing boundaries on the mainstage.
Tomorrowland is the only major festival where you’ll see Tale of Us, Solomun, ARTBAT, and Charlotte de Witte on the mainstage. In fact, Charlotte de Witte will make history this year as the first female artist and first techno artist to close the mainstage. It’ll go down on Saturday of Weekend 3. We’ll break down some major highlights and clashes of each weekend below.
Jamie Jones will be opening Tomorrowland 2022 as the Friday Daybreak Sessions set. He will open the mainstage from noon until practically 3pm on Friday. Hardwell makes his Tomorrowland return on Friday and he will also play on Weekend 3. During Week 1 Charlotte de Witte will close her own stage on Friday at the Atmosphere tent. Martin Garrix will close the mainstage on Sunday while a slew of golden era favorites will play the Rose Garden on Sunday. Each weekend will see Eric Prydz HOLO at the Freedom Stage.
On Saturday melodic techno legends Tale of Us will perform on the mainstage for the first time while Oliver Heldens & Tchami will play b2b at the new Library stage. Martin Garrix will close the mainstage on Sunday this week as well. On Sunday the Freedom stage will host a heavy hitting lineup of Alesso presents Eclipse, ARTBAT, Solomun, and Reinier Zonneveld. Sunday will also see Adam Beyer b2b Maceo Plex and crazy lineup of golden era favorites like AN21, Dannic v Dyro, W&W and more.
Claptone will open Friday with a Daybreak Session set while Hardwell will close the mainstage that day. On Saturday Charlotte de Witte closes the mainstage while Above & Beyond closes the new Crystal Garden stage. Finally on Sunday Major Lazer will close out the mainstage while Ape Rave Club (a reference to the NFT collective) will perform as well. Adam Beyer will close out the Freedom stage and the 2010-2012 stage will host Dannic, Quintino, and a Special Guest.