It’s finally here – this weekend we will be building bridges between Belgium and the rest of the world with a live connection from the Tomorrowland main stage, live Maltese and international DJ’s on the UNITE stage and the unique, magical Tomorrowland atmosphere: that is UNITE with Tomorrowland.
On July 27, UNITE With Tomorrowland will connect the People of Tomorrow from Greece, Malta, Portugal and Spain with Tomorrowland in Belgium. With The Amicorum Spectaculum – one of the most mythical themes in the history of Tomorrowland – with a massive DJ line-up of local and international artists on stage and the unique live satellite connection with the Belgium mainstage.
Performing live on stage here in Malta there will be Armin Van Buuren, Steve Aoki, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and more. Whilst live from the main stage in Belgium; David Guetta Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike along with Vini Vici will etertain the crowds.
This event will be held at the Marsa Sports Ground, between 2pm – 2am
ATTENTION EVERYONE WHO’S ATTENDING
The Admission ticket gives the visitor right of access to the event venue, only when a valid admission ticket will be presented. Admittance to the venue is strictly 17+.
Keep in mind that if you leave the venue during the event the admission ticket becomes invalid automatically.
Also the following are not allowed; animals (except guide-dogs), own food and drinks, spray cans, drugs, glass, cans, plastic bottles, weapons, football club flags, sticks, walking sticks (medical crutches and devices excepted), banners, items with discriminating and/or provocative texts and/or expressions, blunt, stab or thrust weapons or firearms or other items that might be used as a weapon, sprays, fireworks, liquids, torches and any other item which may be considered as dangerous by the organisation.
The organisation explicitly insisted that it is forbidden to use, deal and/or to be in possession of drugs at the festival. If you are caught using and/or dealing drugs or if you are found in possession of drugs, you will be forced to leave the festival grounds.