Tomorrowland releases the full timetable for Tomorrowland Brasil 2023

Less than 30 days until more than 180.000 People of Tomorrow from all over the world unite and reflect their love at Tomorrowland Brasil. Set to welcome more than 160 of the planet’s finest electronic artists across 6 mesmerizing stages, the festival now releases the full timetable.

Having sold out the festival as well as the official camping site DreamVille in record time and revolving around ‘The Reflection of Love‘ theme, Tomorrowland Brasil will take place from October 12-14 in the beautiful festival area of Parque Maeda in Itu, São Paulo.

Discover the full line-up and timetable on Tomorrowland‘s official website.

The Reflection of Love is all about unity, symbolizing the positive energy the festival stands for with the whole world coming together and uniting as one through the universal language of music. The mesmerizing ‘The Reflection of Love‘ stage was brought to life by the creative team behind Tomorrowland and is 100% made from in-house décor by the Tomorrowland Atelier, crafted with love and passion.

The magnificent stage was first unveiled at Tomorrowland Belgium in 2022 and will now find a new home in Brazil, bringing magic and reflecting all that is positive from around the globe to the lush and green scenery of Parque Maeda.

More than 160 of the world’s best electronic music artists

​Catering to all genres in electronic dance music with an impressively eclectic range of artists, among the hundreds of renowned acts performing at Tomorrowland Brasil are ACRAZE, Afrojack, Alok, Amber Broos, Âme, Andromedik, ANNA, Bakermat, Bassjackers, B Jones, Bora Uzer, Brina Knauss, Da Tweekaz, Deorro, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ BORING, Don Diablo, Felix Jaehn, Fideles, Francis Mercier, GORDO, Henri PFR, Ida Engberg, Indira Paganotto, Jessica Audiffred, John Newman, Joris Voorn, Kölsch, Korolova, Layla Benitez, Layton Giordani, Like Mike, Lost Frequencies, Mandy, Martin Garrix, Mind Against, Miss Monique, NERVO, Netsky, NGHTMRE, Nicole Moudaber, Nina Kraviz, Patrick Mason, Paul Kalkbrenner, Pretty Pink, Purple Disco Machine, Sebastian Ingrosso, Skepta, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki, Sub Zero Project, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tiësto, TSHA, Vintage Culture, Yves V, and many more.

Some Belgian acts & talents to look forward to next month: the 20-year-old female Belgian DJ and One World Radio resident Amber Broos has quickly become one of the hottest sensations in the electronic music scene, known her own unique style between techno, house, and Belgian retro influenced music. After making her debut on Tomorrowland‘s legendary Mainstage in Belgium in July, Amber Broos is now also set to make her debut on the iconic Mainstage of Tomorrowland Brasil.

Amber Broos

Taking 2023 by storm with two spectacular debut performances on Tomorrowland‘s iconic Mainstage in Belgium as the first drum ‘n’ bass artist in five years, 24-year-old Belgian rising drum ‘n’ bass artist Andromedik will now also take on the Tomorrowland Brasil‘s Mainstage with his almost festival-like sound design.

Female power behind the decks

A huge range of female Brazilian artists will also be jumping behind the decks next month, including BADSISTA, hailing from São Paulo and founder of the feminist collective Bandida, Carola, the latest artist to join Brazil’s legacy of innovative dance music artists, Eli Iwasa, one of the most important and respected players in Brazil’s electronic music industry, Jessica Brankka, emerging from Brazil’s ever-evolving house music hotbed, KENYA20HZ, known as an impressive sound artist originally hailing from the northern suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, Mila Journée, fast-rising star and one of the most promising new names among female Brazilian producers, and Valentina Luz, São Paulo DJ, trans woman artist and a trailblazing LGBTQIA+ figure.

Other female acts to keep an eye on: Brazilian DJ & producer ANNA, Spanish dance sensation B Jones, Slovenian selector Brina Knauss, Swedish techno superstar Ida Engberg, Spanish psytechno producer Indira Paganotto, Mexican dubstep queen Jessica Audiffred, Ukrainian talent Korolova, afro house DJ and producer of Puerto Rican and British descent Layla Benitez, Belgian hardstyle powerhouse MANDY, Ukrainian producer Miss Monique, Australian twin sisters NERVO, Lebanese artist Nicole Moudaber, techno legend Nina Kraviz, German talent Pretty Pink, American self-taught DJ & producer Sara Landry, Peruvian vocalist Sofia Kourtesis, London based DJ & producer TSHA, and many more.

Skepta steps behind the decks

​A veteran of the U.K. grime scene, MC, producer, and record-label owner Skepta was influential in the genre’s shift from the underground to the pop charts. At Tomorrowland Brasil, Skepta will be swapping out the mic for a set of CDJs when he takes on the CORE stage on October 13 – guaranteed to be a legendary performance.

6 different stages to discover

​Tomorrowland Brasil will be the home of 6 different stages for the People of Tomorrow to discover, including the iconic ‘Reflection of Love’ Mainstage, as well the brand new Tulip and Essence by Beck’s stages. The wonderfully decorated Youphoria stage, where lush mushrooms grow abundantly, will also travel from Belgium to Brazil. The Gathering stage at DreamVille will host Tomorrowland Brasil‘s official opening party on Wednesday, as well as daily Daybreak Sessions from Thursday to Saturday.

CORE Stage

Finally, the mythical and beautifully crafted CORE stage, one of Tomorrowland‘s most unique stages, will also debut within the magical grounds of Parque Maeda and see performances from the scene’s leading acts in house & techno, surrounded by nature and the deeper sounds. This will be the last time for people to dance at the current CORE stage, before Tomorrowland unveils a brand-new CORE stage in Tulum, Mexico next year.