If music is your absolute element of enjoyment and witnessing some of the best DJ’s of the world has always been an item on your bucket list, then the Tomorrowland Belgium is where you need to go today, tomorrow, and forever this electronic music festival is the topmost event with the wildest electronic beats and an ultimate experience which you must have at least once in your life. Wondering if it is really worth the hype might be something that is stopping you from attending the event. However, this article will decrypt the whole thing in front of you so you can finally make your decision to attend the Tomorrowland Festival.
Details of the event
If you are fond of the event, you must already know that the tickets of Tomorrowland get sold out very fast and actually scoring one ticket is no less than good luck. However, if your main concern is regarding the cost of the ticket and the complete event, you need to know that attending the festival demands money as well as patience.
Even though there is also the option of getting your hands on single-day events of Tomorrowlandsuch as the Magical Friday Pass, there are bigger tickets called the Full Madness Pass. The tickets have two categories, regular and comfort. This is related to the access that you can get at the event. Other than this, you can also buy the Dreamville Package, Global Journey Package, and a B2B table package, which includes accommodation too.
Having said that, here is a detail of all the ticket types and their prices for Tomorrowland:
Full Madness Ticket
€ 225 in Pre-sale
€ 281 in the worldwide sale
These tickets get you access to Tomorrowland during any one weekend of the event.
Full Madness Comfort pass
€ 380 in Pre-sale
€ 496 in the worldwide sale
This ticket gets you the general access plus the VIP zone on the mainstage and other stages on one weekend
Magical Friday pass
€ 94 and onwards
This ticket gets you the general access to the festival for one respective day
Even though there is no guarantee of you getting the pass, they are served on a first-come, first-serve basis which …