With any dance music festival close to homes there are bound to be growing pains, and unfortunately Tomorrowworld is not immune to this. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying that one of the hallmarks of hardstyle is the loud, frenetic beats that make it possible to shuffle for hours. Unfortunately for hardstyle fans the powers that be at Fulton County (where Tomorrowworld takes place) have spoken of noise complaints and the epicenter of them appears to be the beloved Q-Dance stage. Original reports stated that the stage would be completely gone from Tomorrowworld, but after what we are sure was a lot of behind-the-scenes wrangling there will be one day of Q-Dance on September 26th.
Despite bringing in over $85 million in tourism dollars to the state of Georgia Tomorrowworld has been under fire for the noise and other extraneous activities that tend to accompany music festivals. The local community of Cedar Grove has had several complaints about the festival and hopefully by making these changes there will be more peace between residents and festival goers. It is our hope that the organizers and local government will be able to join forces to put on an excellent festival and Tomorrowworld will continue to be held for years to come.
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