Tomorrowland’s One World Radio to host 24-hour New Years Eve celebration



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Tomorrowland is helping everyone get their groove on New Years Eve with a 24 hour show on One World Radio.

As many people around the world continue to finalize their plans for New Years Eve, tomorrow sought to organize his own party. This year, the famous festival is turning to digital to once again bring together dance music lovers from around the world by One World radio will broadcast a 24-hour live celebration.

While this year’s celebration might not be the virtual experience that has captivated fans around the world, this show on One World Radio is sure to bring some heat with some jaw-dropping tunes and top-notch hymns to kick off the show. party. To help everyone get into the early hours of 2022, there will be a special countdown to midnight for each time zone, making this the perfect soundtrack for anyone looking to pop bottles of champagne. and dance the night away in their rave caves. the 31st of December.

If you’re looking for some nostalgic gems before One World Radio airs, you’re in luck because Tomorrowland has you covered as well. Hundreds of complete sets and their epic afters from the past 15 years are available at Youtube, while the festival sets from 2016 to today (including Tomorrowland Around The World and 31.12.2020) are also available at Apple Music also. And if that’s not enough, the official Tomorrowland playlists on Spotify, SoundCloud, and Deezer Give away even more pieces to imbue as the last days of 2021 draw to a close.

Visit the Tomorrowland channel at Youtube to listen to One World Radio 24 hours on New Year’s Eve and discover their website for the latest winter product line that just dropped for a last minute holiday giveaway. And don’t forget to tell us where you’ll be listening to in the comments!

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