Sep 2020

Chattahoochee Hills

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The basics

Back for its second year after winning plenty of awards, TomorrowWorld looks set to be a must-do on the American calendar.

The festival

In 2013 the Belgian dance and electronic music festival Tomorrowland set up shop in the Chattahoochee Hills outside Atlanta, for three days of music, amazing art, A-class camping and gourmet food in amongst the forest and woods. And it’s back to do it all again this year.

Despite being close to the busiest airport in the world, TomorrowWorld is a world away with mind blowing trippy decor, art installations, performance art and of course the biggest DJs in the world. Camp site Dreamville has its own market, shops and parties and plenty of glamping options for those that don’t want to rough it. Or book into a manor, a stand alone hotel-style suite that can sleep 12 and comes with its own Jacuzzi, stocked bar and bathroom trailer.

Our tip

This is an adults only affair. You have to be over 21 to enter TomorrowWorld.




Getting there

How do I get there?

By Car: Parking Passes are required and range from $20-50 depending on the day and your festival pass.

By Taxi: Please be aware this is in a remote area and taxis may not always be readily available. 



Full Madness Pass: $357

Full Madness & DreamVille: $407

Full Madness VIP Pass: $847

Full Madness & DreamVille VIP Pass: $907


When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be available via the website.

More info

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