Tomorrowland is without doubt the biggest and most important dance music festival on the planet. House, EDM, techno, drum & bass, hardstyle and every other corner of electronic music is represented by worldwide superstars, all staged amongst the highest levels of production known to humankind.
With every single detail of the festival experience covered, a trip to Tomorrowland leaves a lasting impression that long outlives the party marathon of the festival itself.
And with this level of popularity comes mind-blowing demand: tickets and packages have always sold out in a matter of minutes. For anyone lucky enough to have been, it's guaranteed to have been the weekend of a lifetime.
And to mark 2017 in style, the festival will be extending to two weekends, covering both the 21-23 and the 28-30 July 2017, welcoming in even more fans than before.
75 hectares of lush countryside, the festival site become's a real-life fairytale, with 15 stages nestled in amongst jaw-dropping art and design.Expand Map
The minimum age to attend Tomorrowland is 18. You must be aged 18 or over, or turn 18 on the year of the festival to gain entry (anyone born in 1999). This policy is strictly enforced and you will be required to provide proof of age upon arrival. There are no exceptions to this policy, even if you are accompanied by an adult.