Fans streaming into Atlanta for Tomorrowworld | News
ATLANTA -- Fans and artists are already streaming into town for Tomorrowworld 2013.
It's the first time the massive European music festival has come to the United States.
Usually staged in Belgium, the concert has drawn 50,000 people each of the three weekend days it's held.
500 acres of private property in Fairburn have been transformed over the last few weeks with elaborate stages and sets. 300 artists from the electronic dance music scene will perform. They seemed just as excited to be there as fans the fans coming in.
"This is one of the great festivals around the world," said Atlanta resident and festival performer DJ Pierre. "So it's great that it's here in America, and it means a lot to be playing it here."