Tomorrowland is a massive electronic music festival that occurs in the town of Boom, Belgium, since 2005. Organised by ID&T, Entertainment and Media Enterprise, this 3-day music festival – described ‘A trippy technicolour fantasy’ – is amongst the biggest electronic and dance festivals in Europe. You’ll have the world’s biggest DJs playing to the world’s best crowd in this fest.
Decoration and Stages
Each year, the organisers invest a lot of money and manpower decorating the festival area that contributes to the total Tomorrowland experience. The artistry of the decor is as much of an event in itself.
Tomorrowland has close to 20 stages – each designed to suit the personality of the artists. It also has lots of lakes and trees, with a ride on the paddle boats a popular choice.
This year’s festival will take place from 26–29 July, 2013 at De Schorre National Park in Boom, Belgium.
Fifteen stages cover all genres of dance music, in an astonishing main-stage set-up.
Line-ups for this year include: Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Sebastian Ingrosso, Fedde le Grand, Avicii, Steve Aoki, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nervo Twins, Headhunterz, Arty, Markus Schulz.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have officially released the anthem for this year's festival, "Chattahoochee," named after the TomorrowWorld site in Chattahoochee Hills, GA.
Tickets for the 3-day full madness cost €198.50 this year. Each ticket comes with a special bracelet that’ll allow you into the festival. Make sure you get the correct one.
To purchase the ticket, you’ll need your passport details; which, security verifies at the gate that they match with those given when purchasing the tickets.
There is VIP Comfort Pass that allows access to the raised viewing platforms. Also remember, this is an 18+ event.
• Friday 26 July 2013: 12:00 till 01:00
• Saturday 27 July 2013: 12:00 till 01:00
• Sunday 28 July 2013: 12:00 till 01:00
Little Trivia about the Festival
• Ticket Sell Out Times: (2013: 1 Second; 2012: within the hour).
• The festival was intended to be Europe’s answer to the amusement park setting of America’s popular Electric Daisy Carnival when it started in 2005.
• Tomorrowland is run by the Dutch event and entertainment company ID&T — the largest dance music company in the Netherlands.
• The festival has won many awards including “Best European Festival” and “Best Belgian Summer Festival” as well as being nominated for “Best Global Festival”. At the 2012 European Festival Awards the event won ‘Best Major Festival’.
• The 2012 festival welcomed 180,000 revellers who all safely returned to 75 different countries, with the live stream clocking up 7,933,661 views.
Believe us; you don’t want to miss this festival for the world! Let the MADNESS begin!