TomorrowWorld has tapped the knowledge and know-how of nightlife impresario David Grutman; Grutman opened the world-renowned LIV nightclub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in 2008 and has since turned LIV into one of the highest grossing nightclubs in the United States. At last, Grutman is ready to bring the LIV experience to an electronic music festival that is unlike any other before: TomorrowWorld will be the proud home of the first ever LIV Main Stage and VIP Sky Lofts. LIV Main Stage boasts a 3,000 person capacity, featuring an Ocean & Pool Club with 8 poolside cabanas and 40 tables. Along with its luxe amenities, LIV Main Stage will feature its very own all-star line-up of performers, including Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke, and Pete Tong.
In conjunction with LIV Main Stage, VIP Sky Lofts will also be available for guests to experience a full day of TomorrowWorld performances inside private, self-contained tables.
"We're unbelievably excited to bring LIV nightclub to the biggest dance music festival in the world. LIV's world class service will provide our clientele an unparalleled experience at TomorrowWorld," says LIV Operating Partner David Grutman.
"ID&T and TomorrowWorld pride themselves on their quality of service, attention to detail and rigorous values; making LIV the perfect partner to take care of our VIP guests at the festival," said Shawn Kent, Project Manager of TomorrowWorld. "Comfort guests will all receive an unparalleled experience and we look forward to welcoming them all to the festival in September."
TomorrowWorld will welcome 150,000 revelers from around the world at the end of September through its gates to be entertained by over 300 artists across 8 stages. Headliners of the festival include Tiesto, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, Porter Robinson, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso.
The festival is the first international edition of the world famous Tomorrowland festival, which takes place each year at the end of July in Boom, Belgium. Currently the world's most popular festival, both festivals provide unseen levels of production from their infamous main stage designs, right down to the last flagpole. The 2012 after-movie from Belgium has been watched over 90 million times making it the most viewed festival after-movie in the world.
"TomorrowLand 2012 After Movie"