Some of the world's top DJs including Tiesto, David Guetta and Paul van Dyk will headline TomorrowWorld, the US spinoff of the leading electronic festival, organizers announced Tuesday.
The creators of Tomorrowland, the giant electronic dance music festival in Belgium, created the US edition called TomorrowWorld in 2013 amid the global boom in the genre.
The third edition will take place on September 25-27 over an 8,000-acre (32 square-kilometer) estate of woods and hills near Atlanta.
Headliners will include Guetta, the French DJ known for his collaborations with leading pop vocalists; Tiesto, the Dutch artist who was among the first electronic artists to headline major arenas; and German-born van Dyk, considered the pioneer of trance music.
Announcing a new round of acts Tuesday, TomorrowWorld said the lineup will also feature Kaskade, one of the most prominent US DJs who rose in the Chicago house scene, and Rudimental, the drum-and-bass duo best known in Britain.