For lovers of EDM, festivals don't get much bigger than Belgium's Tomorrowland. Now rumors are circulating that the festival is coming to Asia, with Thailand a front-runner. 

First reported in Post Today, Thai promoter World Planet Entertainment is currently searching for a venue capable of hosting up to 450,000 attendees.

The group's managing director Chatri Tungthiankul says they are already in contact with the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, and are hopeful that the government will be supportive of any moves to strengthen its “travel-tainment” industry and attract more visitors to the country.

International dance music media like Mixmag, We Rave You, Your Edm and AsiaLive 365 are all running with the story, which suggests this might be more than just hot air, though China and Japan are also reportedly interested in hosting the festival. 

Known for its elaborate set designs, Tomorrowland is an annual global music festival that welcomes some 300,000 visitors each year and has featured huge headliners like David Guetta, Hardwell, Armin Van Buuren, Swedish House Mafia and Skrillex. This year's festival takes place later this month from Jul 22-24 in Boom, Belgium.

Recently, Tomorrowland has branched out to Brazil and the USA. While there's not a lot to go on just yet, here's hoping that we'll hear some good news about Tomorrowland in Thailand soon. In the meantime, check out this video for a taste of last year's festival: