And if you like Tomorrowland, you'll love these upcoming festivals...
SEMF - 14/12/13 - Sven Väth, Luciano, Chris Liebing, Marcel Dettmann, Matador (live), Maya Jane Coles, Len Faki
MAGNETIC - 20/12/13 - Yves V, Sidney Samson, Laidback Luke, Afrojack, Quintino, Dyro, Billy The Kit, John Culter
DOOMSDAY - 21/12/13 - Sven Väth, Mount Kimbie, Pendulum, Agoria, Len Faki, Extrawelt (live), Matador (live)
NEONSPLASH - 31/12/13 - Resident DJ's playing EDM, House, Techno, Electro and club favourites.
HYTE - 31/12/13 - Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Monika Kruse, Matador, Karotte
Incredible decorations and ten metre tulips tower over the world's biggest DJ's playing to the world's best crowd. In the distance a ferris wheel turns slowly. Strange fauns lurk in the woods, Buddhas shake with bass, candy canes curve over bars, and superheros stand by swimming pools.
2014 will be its 10th year and in that time Tomorrowland has expanded to one of the largest dance festivals in Europe, with over 180,000 making the trip to the land of wonder in Belgium. Fifteen stages cover all genres of dance music, including a frankly incredible main stage set-up.
It's easy to see why Tomorrowland is the festival on everyone's lips, and why tickets sell out in minutes after going on sale.
Tomorrowland 2014 dates have now been confirmed as of 3 December and with a one-off change to celebrate the 10th year, it will be held over 2 consecutive weekends, giving twice the number of people the chance to attend.
The confirmed dates are:
Weekend 1: 18, 19 & 20 July 2014
Weekend 2: 25, 26 & 27 July 2014
The Tomorrowland 2014 line-up is still to be confirmed, but acts that have performed in the past include Armin van Buuren, Avicii, Axwell, Knife Party, Steve Aoki, Dave Clarke, Alesso, Joachim Garraud, Rush, Mauro Picotto and loads more.
No headliner rumours have surfaced yet, however an announcement is due on Wednesday 3rd December.
Early rumours suggest the festival my be spread over two weekends.
Held by the aptly named town of Boom, Belgium, Tomorrowland takes over the 75 hectare De Schorre recreation area. The former clay pits are now lakes, and the Dreamville camping ground is surrounded by trees.
Tomorrowland go all out with decorations, transforming a countryside recreation ground to a Alice-in Wonderland, mystery filled, 'world for the weekend'.
The crowd is truly international - last year saw over 70 countries represented. You'll see plenty of flags being waved by the main stage too...
Dreamville is the official camping ground of Tomorrowland - all sorts of accommodation options are available, from bring your own tent to hiring a cabin.
Stages are themed by label, artist or DJ - last year, curators included Carl Cox, We Play House, Derrick Carter, Steve Aoki's Dim Mak and Q Dance.
You have to become 18 years in 2014 - i.e. you have to be born in 1996. Even if your birthday is after the festival, you are allowed to enter. People younger are not allowed to enter the festival, even if accompanied by an adult.
No, you have to buy a separate pass to for entry to the Dreamville camping ground.
You can only buy a pass to Dreamville after having purchased your official Tomorrowland ticket.
Lockers will be provided at the festival area. There is a charge of €6 for a key and an extra €5 deposit, which will be refunded once they key has been returned. You will be able to access your locker throughout the entire duration of the festival.