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Shaq Diesel, DJ Snake, Tiesto And A Slew Of Other DJs Will Be Giving You Life At TomorrowWorld 2015

Shaq will be spinning on the 1's and 2's at TomorrowWorld this September

Fist pump with over 300 DJs this September at the annual music festival, TomorrowWorld. Recruiting its newest performers like DJ Snake, Tchami, Ansolo and Shaq (yes, Shaq as DJ Diesel), the three-day shindig will go down September 25-27 on the outskirts of Atlanta in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.

Pack your IDs because the country's biggest 21+ music fest (last year boasted 160,000 music Stans in attendance) will be going live with the full line-up in three parts but expect All-Star DJs like Kaskade, Tiesto, Steve Angello, Bassnectar, Afrojack, David Guetta, Porter Robinson, Martin Garrix and many more to take the stage.

Peep the line-up below:

READ: VIBE Presents: The Ultimate Guide To Festival SZN

Adam Beyer
Adventure Club
Afrojack
Al Patron
Alan Fitzpatrick
Alok
Aly & Fila
Andrew Rayel
Andy C
Ansolo
Arches
Arctic Moon
Armanni Reign
Armin van Buuren
Astronautica
Audien
Bakermat
Bass Modulators
Bassjackers
Bassnectar
Benny Benassi
Big Gigantic
Bingo Players
Bixel Boys
Borgore
Brazzabelle
Bro Safari
Cashmere Cat
Chris McClenney
Claptone
Colt
Coone
Cosmic Gate
DallasK
Danny Byrd
Darksiderz
Dave Lambert
David Guetta
David Solano
Denney
Destructo
Dimaro
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Dino
DJ Snake
Djaxx & Neurotique
Dotcom
Double Pleasure
DrewsThatDude
Duelle
DVBBS
Dynamite
EDX
Elaquent
ETC!ETC!
Etherwood
Excision
Faul & Wad Ad
Ferry Corsten
Flapjackers
Flux Pavilion
Fred V & Grafix
Frontliner
Fwdslxsh
Get Real
Giraffage
Gramatik
Gravez
Gridlock
Guy Gerber
Hardwell
Haywyre
Ida Engberg
Jacklndn
Jamie Jones
Jayceeoh
Jewelz & Sparks
Joseph Capriati
Juj
Justin Jay
Justin Martin
Kaskade
Kayliox
Kenn Colt
Kennedy Jones
Keys N Krates
Kid Hops
Kidnap Kid
Klingande
Laidback Luke
Lauren Lane
Layton Giordani
Legion
Logistics
Lookas
Louie P (The Celestics)
Lucky Date
M.I.K.E. Push
Mako
Mark Sixma
MaRLo
Martin Garrix
Matador
Matoma
Maya Jane Coles
MC Stretch
MC Villain
Mercer
Metrik
Michael Calfan
Mike Gao
Milo & Otis
Motez
Mystique
NGHTMRE
Noisecontrollers
Nu:Tone
Oliver
Ookay
Orjan Nilsen
Paris & Simo
Party Favor
Patrick Topping
Paul van Dyk
Peking Duk
Pete Tong
Pierce Fulton
Porter Robinson (Live)
Protohype
Psyko Punkz
Random Movement
Regi
Reso
REZZ
Ricky Remedy
Romeo Blanco
Rudimental
RÜFÜS DU SOL
S.P.Y.
Sam Feldt
Samo Sound Boy
Sem Thomasson
Seven Lions
Shaq AKA DJ Diesel
Shiba San
Showtek
Sick Individuals
Skellism
Slander
SNAILS
Solidisco
Space Jesus
Steve Angello
Submorphics
Sylence
Tchami
TEEMID
TEK.LUN
The Chainsmokers
The M Machine
The Magician
THE UNSHEATHED!
Thomas Gold
Thomas Jack
Thomas Newson
Tiësto
TJR
Touch Sensitive
Tritonal
Ummet Ozcan
Victor Calderone
Watermat
Waveracer
Wolfpack
Yves V
Zoogma

READ: There’s Only One Thing Shaq Hasn’t Done… Yet

Whether you decide to shack up in a hotel or camp on-site, tickets, three-day passes and packages for TomorrowWorld can be copped here.

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Rest In Power bro! The World miss you n need to hear your voice! DEEP REVERENCE OUT NOW 🏁💙🙏🏾 Prod by. @hitboy & @g.ryomo

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