Tomorrowland is a Belgian electronic dance music festival held in *Boom (map), Flanders. It not only unites tens of thousands of music lovers from more than 200 countries under one roof but also brings them closer.
The festival not just preaches ‘Live Today, Love Tomorrow, Unite Forever’ to the music lovers across the planet, but also ensures that they believe in it. Apart from mind-boggling and soul-satisfying music, Tomorrowland festival also boasts around 15 spectacular stage designs and breathtaking fireworks.
Over 400 DJs play all your favorite types of music over more than 16 different stages. Every stage is special, and the details of those stages are stunning!
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Everything goes with the theme. From the stages, to all of the intricate decorations. Even the trash cans are designed to go with the theme of the festival. You will never see anything out of place at Tomorrowland. Everything just fits perfectly. At night, the grounds come alive and transform into a completely different setting. Nighttime at Tomorrowland is nothing short of magical.
Tomorrowland is the number 1 destination for all electronic music lovers. Tickets sell out in less than a minute, need we say more?
While there’s no guaranteed way to get tickets as they are given on first come first basis, the best way to make sure you have more chances of getting on the final list is by registering correctly. Here a few tips for the same:
- Make sure you pre-register the day the pre-registration starts and provide all the essential details like name, contact number, and email id. Also, ensure that the information you enter if of the person for whom you’re buying the ticket as the name needs to match with the festival bracelet.
- Avoid buying the tickets from third party websites as they can be a scam.
- Inform your bank well in advance that you’re going to make an international transaction so that you do not face any errors while buying the ticket.
While you can easily find good hotels in Boom, Belgium, the best place to stay during Tomorrowland is its festival ground, DreamVille. Believe it or not, everything you need is available in Dreamville. Starting with a supermarket, a butcher that sells fresh meat, fresh bread from the bakery, a tattoo shop, hair salons, a laundry shop, the list goes on. This is just a section of Tomorrowland’s massive campgrounds.
Food is one thing that you don’t have to be concerned about at all if you’re going to Tomorrowland because this music festival actually serves the world on a platter.
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