Tomorrowland Denies Reports of Thailand Festival Expansion

Contrary to local reports, a Tomorrowland festival has not been confirmed to take place in Thailand, Tomorrowland spokesperson Debby Wilmsen tells

Citing Thai government spokesman Chai Wacharonke, numerous media outlets have reported that the organizers of the iconic, Belgium-based EDM festival are developing an event in Bangkok in 2026. However, while Tomorrowland’s proprietors are currently exploring an expansion to Thailand, they’re in the due diligence phase and have not yet confirmed a new festival.

“In December the Tomorrowland team had the privilege of engaging in discussions with various parties and exploring potential locations for a Tomorrowland festival in Thailand,” Wilmsen tells “Deeply touched by the warm support, we must clarify the recent speculation: nothing has been officially confirmed or signed at this time. The Tomorowland team is diligently conducting thorough research and exploration to assess the feasibility of hosting Tomorrowland in Thailand. There is still much to be investigated.”

Wacharonke also said Tomorrowland’s unconfirmed inaugural festival in Thailand is the first of 10 consecutive editions, per The Japan Times. That claim is also unfounded at the time of this writing.

“We continue to work towards bringing the magic of Tomorrowland to new destinations, but for now, all focus on the 20th anniversary of Tomorrowland in Belgium,” Wilmsen added.

Tomorrowland recently expanded to Colombia after announcing a new edition of their CORE offshoot in Medellín. That event is scheduled for May 11-12 at the Botanical Garden of Medellín.

Meanwhile, 400,000 people are expected to attend the flagship Tomorrowland festival in Belgium, which will take place in Boom across two weekends: July 19-21 and July 26-28. This year’s festival will celebrate the brand’s 20th anniversary with a lineup featuring Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Hardwell and many more electronic dance music superstars.

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