Grab your glowsticks for a high energy weekend of festival fun.
It has one of the best camping experiences around, in a 35,000 strong tent city called Dreamtime which has its own shops (including a bakery), parties and experiences. This is where friendships are made and good times are had outside of the stage areas. A natural amphitheatre is the setting for the main stage, while various wooded areas are an atmospheric setting for the world’s best dance DJs.
As expected nowadays, glamping options are getting more and more luxurious - book into a mansion for a hotel-suite-style set up complete with Jacuzzi, room service and a stocked fridge for a serious swanky stay. Who said festivals were all about mud and crisps anyway?
If you’re camping in Dreamtime you’re invited to the free pre-party with all Belgian acts the night before the festival kicks off.
How do I get there?
Flying: Tomorrow Land and DreamVille are easily accessible from Brussels National airport (BRU) or Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL)
Kiss & Ride: There are 2 Kiss & Ride zones close to the festival ground. Accessible from both highways near Boom:
A12 Exit 9 Boom (gps: Molenstraat, Boom). Follow the road signs “Kiss & Ride festival”
E19 Exit 8 Rumst (gps: Tiburstraat, Rumst). Follow the road signs “Kiss & Ride festival”. You need to be dropped off at the parking, where you can hop on one of the free shuttle busses, which will take you to the event.
Carpool: Visiting the website Eventpool.be you can look for Carpool partners to share a ride to Tomorrowland.
Regular Full Madness Pass: SOLD OUT
Friday pass: SOLD OUT
Saturday pass: SOLD OUT
Sunday pass: SOLD OUT
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
You can buy tickets via their website.