After a duel-headed, 10th anniversary that will do much more than blow out a few candles, Tomorrowland 2015 will look to reinvent the rule book again and host a party so big, so outrageously brilliant, that all other festivals will spend a lifetime trying to catch up.
As the world's biggest DJs and electronic producers make their way to Boom in Belgium, organisers will dress up some 15 stages in over-sized flowers, active volcanoes, giant disco balls, explosive butterflies, smoke cannons, confetti and anything else their minds can possibly dream up.
It's clear to see why this is the most sought-after ticket in the world. Prepare to have your eyes and ears opened across one unforgettable weekend.
The Tomorrowland 2015 dates are still to be confirmed but are expected to be the 24, 25 & 26 July 2015.
No acts have been announced for the Tomorrowland 2015 line-up as yet, but expect the very best of the electronic world to be on top form for this incredible festival.
DJs to have spun in the past include Afrojack, Alesso, Hardwell, Laidback Luke, Sven Väth, Tiësto and many more.
Held in the aptly named town of Boom in Belgium, Tomorrowland takes over all 75 hectares of De Schorre recreation area, decorating its greenery with over 15 creatively-designed stages.
Its former clay pits are now lakes, and the Dreamville camping ground is surrounded by trees, with every type of food and drink stall imaginable filling the bellies of unquenchable dance fanatics.
The outrageously inventive stage productions at Tomorrowland aren't just limited to the main stages. Organisers go all out to create a whole new world with floating flowers in the lakes, huge waterfalls, hidden Buddhas and much more across 15+ arenas, stages and cubbyholes.
The Global Journey Packages are the easiest - and best - way to travel to Tomorrowland. They offer the very best service, covering your whole trip from the moment you take off all the way through to the return journey home. That means parties on planes, champagne and helpful hostesses - all without lifting a finger. After choosing between a Flight Package, Train Package or a Hotel Package, the festival will take care of the rest for you.
Food and drink at Tomorrowland can only be bought using tokens. Cash can be exchanged for tokens at the festival site and in the campsite, but for the best deal on them buy a BoozeBag online before you go. It doesn't just include 35 food and drink tokens, but the bag is a collectors item too. Once bought online, festival-goers collect their Tomorrowland BoozeBag at the Tomorrowland or DreamVille Main Entrance as well as on the festival site.
Dreamville is the official camping ground of Tomorrowland and it has all sorts of accommodation options are available, from bring your own tent to hiring a cabin.
The minimum age for attending the festival is 18, though anyone who turns 18 in 2015 will be permitted entrance, even if they turn 18 after the festival. This will nbe strictly enforced.
In 2014 the ARENA opening and closing times were:
Friday & Saturday: 12h00 - 01h00
Sunday: 12h00 - 00h00
In 2014 the CAMPSITE opening and closing times were:
Thursday 11h00 - Monday 12h00
Yes, depending on what ticket you have. Those with DreamVille tickets can enter all day. Re-entry is only allowed after 1700 for those with Full Madness tickets, while day tickets will be have to buy another ticket if they leave the festival site.
Yes, there will be lockers at the festival site and the campsite. These are big enough to share between several people, but cost to hire for the weekend.
No. Tomorrowland and DreamVille enforce a zero tolerance policy in regard to drugs. It is prohibited to use, deal or be in possession of drugs at the festival grounds and the campsite.