Out of all the massive electronic music festivals that have popped up in the past couple years, many dance music fans would agree that Tomorrowland is definitely one of the most notable. With tickets having sold out in a matter of seconds for its 2013 instalment, the festival boasted a stellar lineup comprised of over 400 esteemed DJs and producers to encompass a wide range of genres. The debut of it’s U.S counterpart, TomorrowWorld was also a major success this past September, which brought together approximately 140 000 enthusiastic attendees for a mind-blowing weekend in Georgia. Held in Belgium, Tomorrowland will be taking place over two weekends this year, in an effort to give more fans a chance to take part in this experience.
Taking a different approach to ticket sales this year, registration is now required to gain access to the ticket pre-sale page, although it does not mean you are guaranteed a pass to the festival. A waiting list has also been put into effect this year, where people on the list will have the chance to purchase tickets that others are trying to sell through the ticket exchange, on a first come-first serve basis.
The festival has also taken measures to prevent the secondary sale of tickets by personalizing the passes. Tickets must be personalized before the deadline of March 16th, and ID will be checked to ensure it matches with the name on the bracelet. Entry to the festival will be denied if there is a discrepancy.
Tomorrowland ticket prices:
Full Madness Pass (regular access for a weekend): $324.26
Single Day Pass (regular access for one day): $120.14 Comfort Pass: $597.28 for the weekend or $225.26 for a single day