Crowds were seen fleeing the festival’s main stage in Barcelona
Emergency services said over 22,000 people were forced to flee the one-day festival, held in the city’s Parc de Can Zam de Santa Coloma de Gramanet, after a fire broke out on the left hand side of the main stage.
Shocking pictures show smoke billowing and sparks flying from the stage
Emergency services said over 22,000 music fans were evacuated
Emergency services were seen at the festival as the fire raged on
Huge flames were seen engulfing the stage
Fire rages on stage at Tomorrowland festival in Barcelona, Spain
Flaming debris falls from stage during massive fire at Tomorrowland festival in Barcelona
An eyewitness said on social media the stage “just exploded”.
No injuries have been reported as a result of the blaze, but firefighters are said to fear the stage’s structure could collapse.
Meanwhile, local media reported that festival organisers have vowed to refund the evacuated concert-goers.
Other acts booked to appear at the electronic dance music event, which was set to continue until 3am (2am UK time), included Dutch DJ Afrojack and Swedish DJ Ingrosso.
When the fire broke out, revellers had been enjoying acts livestreamed to the festival from the Tomorrowland Mainstage in Belgium.
The cause of the fire has not yet been established but is being investigated, according to the local authority.