Belgian festival Tomorrowland has firmly cemented itself in the eyes of the world as being by far one of the leading live music events on the planet, with 2012 becoming its biggest year yet and picking up numerous awards in the process, including Best Major Festival at the European Festival Awards. Tomorrowland has grown out of proportion. Last years tickets sold out in an instance. It seems like 2013 is going to top last year with the amount of people willing to go. Tomorrowland is going global. The goal is to have a tomorrowland on every continent. With these expectations the pressure of getting tickets for tomorrowland might reach the top this year. The organisations wants to keep it a Belgium party. Last year 40% of the tickets only went to belgium. This year the organisations choses to sell half of the tickets to only belgium people. Artists playing at Tomorrowland 2013 will begin to be announced on Friday 18th January, and will continue daily, exclusively on Facebook.
As of January 16th 2013, the ticket registration page is open at the official Tomorrowland website – anyone hoping to secure a ticket for this year MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE by February 7th 2013. As ever, the festival’s Belgian customers will be invited to purchase tickets in advance and will go on sale at 11AM CET on February 9th 2013, and at 5PM CET/4PM GMT/12PM EST/8AM PST on February 16th 2013 for the rest of the world.
- 50% of tickets will be reserved for Belgium only customers; the remaining 50% will be available for the rest of the world.
- E-Tickets will be replaced this year with physical wristbands to minimise fraudulent and black market activity; all customers will receive their festival wristbands in advance.
- All customers must register by February 7th 2013 to be in with a chance to purchase tickets on either the 9th or 16th of February, including all travel package customers.
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