Martin Garrix is set to curate his own stage at Tomorrowland 2018 after the roaring success that was his STMPD RCRDS stage last year.
The Dutch superstar hosted the likes of Steve Angello, Riton, Cassius, and Don Diablo on the STMPD RCRDS stage in 2017. Last year's festival was huge for Garrix, who also debuted his new YTRAM alias and closed the main stage. This year he will be hosting the stage on Saturday July 21st.
Tomorrowland today announced all of this year's stages, with Eric Prydz' Pryda Arena returning for a second year and Charlotte de Witte locked to host her first stage at the festival with her KNTXT techno concept among many more over the course of two weekends.
Back in October 2017 Tomorrowland revealed that the theme for 2018's festival would be The Story of Planaxis. The festival's respective weekends will run from the 20th to 22nd and 27th to 29th of July.
Check out the video of Garrix closing Tomorrowland's mainstage last year below.
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