Tomorrowland named biggest social media music event in the world
Tomorrowland named biggest social media music event in the world.
The Belgian festival is one of the most renowned music festivals in the world and this ‘accolade’ cements their title as the ‘best of the best’ as they continue to raise the bar in music, production and experience.
Tomorrowland offers their fans a fairytale experience, seeing attendees flock from all over the world as they unite to form one giant pulse, beating rhythmically to that thumping bass.
The 2017 edition of Tomorrowland spanned two momentous weekends, where over 1000 artists performed across 69 stages; slightly more than the 2 stages I’m generally accustomed to.
By no means did the success end there; Tomorrowland has just been named the biggest social music event in the world, as they infiltrated not only dance floors but the web too.
Social media frenzy
The event garnered over 200 million unique visitors across social media channels.
9.5 million unique visitors were watching the live stream this year, and they raked in 31.6 million views (thus far) on YouTube sets uploaded this year.
Their online touch-points surpass the billion mark with 1.2 billion online touch points across the scial media sea, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tencent China, Live Stream Global and YouTube.
Tomorrowland is on a locomotive blasting full steam ahead as they continue to dominate the dance music festival scene.
They are also releasing their 2017 aftermovie soon, which is sure to gather a ‘few’ more fans to join their following.
Take a look at their 2016 aftermovie to gage what can be expected from the 2017 aftermovie, seeing what you missed if you didn’t attend and perhaps getting you excited for your opportunity to enter Tomorrowland next year.
Here are all the stats you can check out.
Tomorrowland biggest social media music event in the world, and this is just the beginning.