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TomorrowWorld and LIV Miami Partner for 3,000-Person VIP Main Stage

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Alright, so TomorrowWorld may not be coming to Miami. But a slice of the 305 will be making its way to Georgia next month as Belgium's TomorrowLand travels overseas for its first U.S. fest.

European EDM promo powerhouse ID&T has announced that LIV will be joining forces with TomorrowWorld as the festival's VIP partner.

The second-best nightclub in America will have its own 3,000-person VIP main stage with an ocean and pool club, cabanas, tables. The SoBe party spot will also create so-called "VIP Sky Lofts" at the festival's other stages for a full, private view of the EDM madness.

See also:

-TomorrowWorld EDM Festival Location Revealed: Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia

TomorrowWorld is set to go down September 27 to 29, on the grounds of Chattahoochee Hills, just 30 minutes from the ATL, where over 150,000 beat bangers will rage with over 300 uhntz-uhntz-ing superstars, including Tiësto, David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Porter Robinson, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and others.

The LIV stage will also have its own lineup of hard hitters, headlined by Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke, and Pete Tong.

So if you can't wait till March for the return of Ultra Music Festival, you can always snag a pair of tickets and fly out to rural Georgia to party with fairies and freaks of TomorrowWorld.

TomorrowWorld 2013. Friday, September 27, to Sunday, September 29. Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. Festival passes cost $347 and up plus fees via tickets.tomorrowworld.com. Visit tomorrowworld.com.

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