Tomorrowland launches One World Radio as permanent digital radio station

The Tomorrowland electronic dance music festival announced that it is going to make its One World Radio anniversary project a permanent digital radio station. One World Radio was introduced as a temporary eight-month project to mark 15 years of the Belgium-based event. Now it will be an ongoing 24/7 broadcast available on a new iOS and Android app, as well as on YouTube, TuneIn, and online. It will have both live programming and on-demand content.

“One World Radio is an incredibly important and refreshing project,” said DJ duo Dimitry Vegas and Like Mike. “We are very happy that Tomorrowland is continuing with its own radio and content platform, because it allows fans around the world to connect with Tomorrowland on a daily basis.”

“It is amazing to see that Tomorrowland is not just opting to create a traditional radio show,” DJ Armin van Buuren said. “By mixing exclusive new live and on-demand content with some of Tomorrowland’s biggest moments over the year, One World Radio has a unique angle that sets it apart from the others.”

Anna Washenko