Headliners: Carl Cox | Alesso | Alison Wonderland | Martin Garrix Venue: Tomorrowland takes place in Boom, Belgium at a venue known as De Schorre. It was formerly a clay pit,
Headliners: Carl Cox | Alesso | Alison Wonderland | Martin Garrix
Venue: Tomorrowland takes place in Boom, Belgium at a venue known as De Schorre. It was formerly a clay pit, but since then has been renovated into a huge outdoor recreation area. This area is now home to the largest electronic music festival in the world. Tomorrowland creates an entire camping city for its festival-goers in DreamVille.
Reputation: Tomorrowland offers one of the most enriching experiences you can have at a festival. Fans don’t just go there to see their favorite artists play. They go to be a part of a community of kindred spirits who are influenced only by their capacity for love. Tomorrowland is everything you could ever hope for in a festival. Tomorrowland has become a leader in stunning stages that will make you think you have died and gone to festival heaven. You won’t have to worry about sneaking your LED gloves or orbits into the venue. Tomorrowland wants you to enjoy the festival in the way that’s best for you, which means you can flow as much as you want inside the festival without having to worry about security taking them away.
Price: Pre-registration for tickets is now available and the first set of world-wide tickets will go on sale January 27th. The popularity of this event causes tickets and travel packs to sell out in minutes each year. Be sure to pre-register for a chance to join the people of Tomorrowland.
Atmosphere: Tomorrowland is a symbol for unity. It can bring people from all over the world together, and it will feel as if you’ve known these individuals your entire life. After a trip to Tomorrowland, you start to recognize the importance of being around your kind of people. The people of Tomorrowland become your family and you become theirs. Tomorrowland is living proof that it is possible for the world to achieve peace amongst all nations.
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