Update 01/02: What a week it's been. The suspense each day wondering when Tomorrowland would release the new names, the joys of seeing the biggest DJs in the world announced for headlining sets, the intrigue of the intricacies of the lineup. Suffice to say we've been through a lot together.
With the Day Five announcement officially out now, here we are at the end of the Phase One lineup. Let's take a moment to reflect.
OK, that's enough.
Today's lineup additions are headlined by Alesso, Amelie Lens, Astrix, David Guetta (who hold's the distinct honour of having played every Tomorrowland), and Richie Hawtin.
Continuing the trend of welcoming in sounds outside of electronic music, reggaeton powerhouse J Balvin will be making his way to Boom this July.
After quite the week, you can find the full Phase One lineup on our Tomorrowland guide.
Update 31/01: Day four of Tomorrowland's lineup release week. At this point you could be forgiven for wondering what DJs are even left as they've all already been announced for the festival. But as today's announcement clearly shows, you'd be wrong.
Today's additions are led by Eric Prydz, Alison Wonderland, Nina Kraviz, Steve Aoki, and W&W, Zeds Dead.
The most interesting addition of the day award goes to rapper/singer Young Thug aka Jeffry aka SEX. So far the 2019 lineup pulls more from hip hop than years past. It's refreshing to see such an established festival understanding what sounds and styles are big in 2019 and going outside of its comfort zone to accommodate them.
Find the full lineup so far on our Tomorrowland guide. And watch this space as the festival will announce more names tomorrow at 15:00 GMT.
Update 30/01: Tomorrowland Watch continues today as the festival have entered day three of lineup announcement week. For anyone who needs a refresher, you can scroll down and find the highlights of the 2019 lineup so far, or head to our Tomorrowland guide to find the full lineup as it stands.
Today's additions are headlined by Afrojack, Da Tweekaz, DJ Snake, Oliver Heldens and Ferry Corsten.
But the biggest surprise (both figuratively and literally) is the announcement that DJ Diesel aka Shaq aka NBA legend Shaquille O'Neil will be heading to Boom, Belgium to perform a set.
Finally, undoubtedly back by popular demand is the man who stole the show at Tomorrowland 2018 with his dance moves: Salvatore Ganacci. I'm looking forward to seeing what he's got planned for his triumphant return to EDM's biggest stage.
Update 29/01: Day two of Tomorrowland's lineup reveal is upon us. Leading the way is world number one DJ Martin Garrix, who has been announced alongside Aly & Fila, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nervo, Radical Redemption, Tale Of Us, and more.
Find more info including the full lineup so far on our Tomorrowland guide.
There are few lineups in the world more hotly anticipated than that of Tomorrowland. After months of speculation, the festival have finally started to let us in on who will soundtrack this year's edition. In typical Tomorrowland fashion though, they've only given us just a taste.
Revealing 15 names, EDM's biggest event of the year will present the likes of Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, The Chainsmokers, Above & Beyond, Charlotte de Witte, Infected Mushroom, and Adam Beyer.
As well, Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky is taking his talent to the EDM realm, heading to Boom this summer for what is one of the more intriguing names from this first wave announcement.
Tomorrowland have also announced that more of the lineup is coming later today so watch this space.
Tomorrowland 2019 takes place 19-21 & 26-28 July in Boom, Belgium. Find more info on our Tomorrowland guide. As the official travel partner of Tomorrowland 2019, Festicket will have a limited number of tickets & packages that will go on sale at 16:00 GMT on 3rd of February.