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Insight TV, Tomorrowland fest partner on documentary

Amsterdam-based millennial-focused global channel Insight TV is partnering with the music festival Tomorrowland on a new documentary film project about the dance music event. Tomorrowland Through the Eyes of Netsky is ...
August 20, 2021

Amsterdam-based millennial-focused global channel Insight TV is partnering with the music festival Tomorrowland on a new documentary film project about the dance music event.

Tomorrowland Through the Eyes of Netsky is an hour-long documentary that gives viewers access to the Tomorrowland festival via DJ and producer Netsky, revealing secrets about the event and highlighting music and performances from Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, Charlotte de Witte, Hans Zimmer, Paul Kalkbrenner and Netsky himself.

The film is an in-house production of Tomorrowland and will air on Insight TV’s linear and digital networks as part of a special programming blockĀ from September 3 to 5 that celebrates the festival and its impact on youth culture, including several DJ sets recorded at the event’s 2019 edition in Belgium.

Tomorrowland Through the Eyes of Netsky is the latest project focused on the festival featured on Insight TV, coming on the heels of a six-episode series showcasing various worldwide Tomorrowland events and the 15-episode People of Tomorrowland short-form series.

“As this year’s Tomorrowland Belgium event sadly cannot take place we wanted to create a tribute to the magical festival. And how better to do this than to capture the essence of the event through the eyes of one of the world’s leading DJs — Netsky,” said Arun Maljaars, Insight TV’s vice president, content & channels, in a release.

Photo: Tomorrowland Festival

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