Tomorrowland Releases Documentary Following its Summer 2022 3-weekend Run

After selling out 2 weeks the last several years pre-Covid, this summer Tomorrowland returned to Belgium with three weekends on tap, one extra allowed to help them recoup lost revenue from not being able to host the event in 2021 or 2020.

The producers of Tomorrowland along with Amazon Music created a 24-minute short film following the journey of DJ Topic as he creates his track ‘Saving Me’ to debut at the event; Tomorrowland Foundation Ambassasor and world-renowed chef Gaggan Anand, mother and business owner Vicky Tah and and lastly Kelly De Clercq, mainstage dancer.

The film is available for streaming on YouTube (below) and Amazon Music.

The documentary was directed by Wim Bonte and gives viewers a close-up look at the famed music festival from the comfort of their own homes. 

DJ Topic noted:

“I’m very happy that I had the opportunity to rework ‘Breaking Me’ as it’s a very special song for me. It has opened so many doors for me and it’s safe to say the path that I’m on right now never would have looked this promising without it. Part of this journey is realizing my dream to play at Tomorrowland. I’m very grateful that I can celebrate it with this uplifting rework, which has its roots in the beginning of my career, but also resembles my development over the past couple of years.”

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