TomorrowWorld 2013: What You Need To Know – Day Two

With only a few days before the Book of Wisdom opens up to its second chapter, TomorrowWorld is right around the corner. Day two of TomorrowWorld brings as much variety and excitement as day one with a whole new slew of stages for the eager attendees.
(Don’t forget to read Day 1 here)

Day 2: Saturday, September 28th

With the exception of the Mainstage, Kitusne stage and Q dance stage, Saturday brings five new collections of artists to the bill. These stages include Pete Tong All Gone, Anthem, Fool’s Gold Clubhouse, Belgian Stage and All Your Bass Are Belong To Us.

Saturday’s Mainstage will bring some of the most in-demand names in Dance music to Georgia for an electro filled extravaganza.

Who You Can’t Miss

Afroki – It has been a solid two years since ‘Afroki‘ was seen on the bottles of whatever it was Steve Aoki and Afrojack were seen spiking their drinks with in the ‘No Beef’ music video. Nevertheless, Afroki is teaming up again to take on Saturday’s Mainstage for what is sure to be an epic performance.

Afrojack, Steve Aoki – No Beef
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BBC Radio 1’s most beloved announcer and famed DJ will have his own stage at TomorrowWorld that will feature tech and progressive DJs such as Dubfire, Joris Voorn and Maya Jane Coles.

Who You Can’t Miss

Fehrplay – Although he gained mainstream popular through his association with Pryda Friends this past year, Fehrplay is not to be perceived as someone who remains in the shadows. Fehrplay has distinguished himself as a top notch DJ and producer and embarked on the debut Pryda Friends tour along with Jeremy Olander this past summer. He threw down a wonderfully progressive house set at Ezoo 5 which paved the way for his highly anticipated TomorrowWorld set.

Fehrplay – Phantom
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Anthem Stage

The Anthem Stage line-up will showcase an eclectic mix of DJs. Whether it be the grinding, dubbier sounds of Le Castle Vania or the Trouse/Electro sounds of Gareth Emery, the Anthem stage is sure to keep you moving throughout the entire day.

Who You Can’t Miss

Robbie Rivera – The king of Juicy Beach, Robbie Rivera, will have you gyrating to the thumping sounds of tribal house for a set that is not to be missed!

Guru Josh – Infinity 2012 (Robbie Rivera Juicy Remix)
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A-Track brings his A-team to TomorrowWorld this year for a stage lineup that is as good as gold ;).

Who You Can’t Miss

Fake Blood – Theo Keating, aka Fake Blood, founded his career on his participation in the British hip hop/big beat band The Wiseguys. He began dabbling in the realm of electronica in 2008 and really started to flourish in 2009 with the release of his BBC Radio 1 Essential mix. Aside from Fake Blood, Keating currently performs as The Black Ghosts along side Simon William Lord.

The Black Ghosts – Forgetfulness (Fake Blood Remix)
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Belgian Stage

The Belgian Stage line-up will showcase some of the best names in Dance music Belgium has to offer for a refreshing change of pace to the American Festival line-up.

Who You Can’t Miss

DJ Prinz – This Beligan DJ has been a part of the scene for nearly ten years and began his own record label, Push It Records, in 2009. His charisma and personality shines from behind the decks where he will sweeps you off your feet with his masterful tech house sets.

DJ Prinz – Live at DreamVille (Tomorrowland 2012)
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With names such as Excision, Rusko and Gramatik on its bill, All Your Bass Are Belong To Us will deliver exactly what it describes: ALL THE BASS.

Who You Can’t Miss

Sound Remedy – It is about time this vastly underrated Los Angeles DJ and Producer started to gain some spotlight. Sound Remedy compiles beautiful melodies and vocals with heavy bass lines for a smooth sound that will keep you moving.

Nero – Crush On You (Sound Remedy Remix)
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Back for their second North American event, Q dance will be delivering the best in the harder styles of dance music to TomorrowWorld all three days.

Who You Can’t Miss

Noisecontrollers – After a last minute conflict inhibited Noisecontrollers from performing at EDC LV, their TomorrowWorld set has been much anticipated. Along with Wildstylez, The Dutch duo founded their own record label, Digital Age, in 2010. Noisecontrollers has headlined some of the world’s largest Dance festivals including Defqon.1, Qlimax, Mysteryland and Hard Bass.

Noisecontrollers, Toneshifterz – Empire of the Sun
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The Kitsune stage will be showcasing some of the French record label’s shining talent unfamiliar to the majority of Americans all three days of the festival.

Who You Can’t Miss

Amtrac – This up-and-coming Kentucky-native DJ and producer had his first big break with ‘Came Along,’ which debuted on MTV Clubland in 2011. Stop by the Kitsune stage to check out his funky flair!

Kaskade – Atmosphere (Amtrac Remix)
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