Tomorrowland Brasil: the world’s biggest electronic music festival returns to South America. With everything from EDM and trance to minimal house and techno, the newest member of the Tomorrowland family blew apart the Brazilian countryside in 2015 – and now it’s back for more.
The very biggest DJs in the world will lead an army of visual and staging experts, as close-up performance artists patrol the whole festival area from the Dreamville campsite to the spectacular stages.
Around 90 minutes away from São Paulo by road, Itu is is a historic city near the south-east coast of Brazil. The year-round population is approximately 160,000.
São Paulo's economy is founded on heavy industry. It is the richest state in Brazil, and it is also the country's most densely populated state.
Official Tickets & Packages will go on sale on Festicket on Saturday 12th September at 12:00 BRT / 07:00 EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST. Find your local time here.
IMPORTANT: To avoid any issues, make sure that you speak to your Bank before Saturday to let them know that you plan to make a purchase on your credit or debit card. If you do not then your transaction may be declined. Festicket take payments in Euros, British Pounds and US Dollars, however you can make payments in any currency but may be liable from extra charges from your bank.
You don't have to, but by doing so you will have priority access to tickets and news.
Yes, if you have previously joined the Festicket Tomorrowland Brasil 2016 Waiting List then you have automatically been Pre-Registered. You'll be the first to hear of any news on Tomorrowland Brasil 2016.
Yes. There are no restrictions at all on which countries can purchase Tomorrowland Brasil tickets & packages from Festicket.
IMPORTANT: To avoid any issues, make sure that you speak to your Bank before Saturday to let them know that you plan to make an international purchase on your credit or debit card. If you do not then your transaction may be declined. Festicket take payments in Euros, British Pounds and US Dollars, however you can make payments in any currency, but may be liable from extra charges from your bank.
1. Make sure that you are ready and online before sale is to start.
Our packages will go on sale at 12:00 BRT on Saturday 12th September. We will inform everyone who has joined the Tomorrowland Brasil Waiting List or has Pre-Registered by email beforehand. Find your local time here.
2. Register for a Festicket account
Part of the payment process when buying packages on Festicket is to register for a Festicket account (you need this to access your tickets and documents). Save time by registering beforehand and being signed in before the start of the Tomorrowland sale. Register here.
3. Speak to your friends beforehand to decide which package you want to book.
Also pick a 2nd and 3rd choice as they will sell out quickly and you will save time if you already know what to go for if your 1st or 2nd choices are sold out. Details of the packages will be available to view for a few days before so you can decide.
4. Make sure that your bank knows that you intend to make a large / international purchase.
It is common for banks to block payments, especially if they are to be made in international currencies. Festicket take payment in EUR, GBP and USD.
By plane: A shuttle bus service will be provided from São Paulo state airports. More information will be announced on their site in due course.
By bus: The festival will be laying on a shuttle service from various places within the city. Likewise, information will be released nearer to the festival.
By train: Many national train operators run services to and through São Paulo.
"Global Journey" packages are a range of ticket, accommodation and travel packages designed by the Tomorrowland team to ensure that your journey to Tomorrowland is as hassle-free as possible.
Some Global Journey packages include flights which, if they're anything like Tomorrowland Belgium's, will include infamous 'party flights' with DJs, entertainment and a host of surprises to ensure that your Tomorrowland experience starts as soon as you board.
Accommodation options are to be confirmed but other Tomorrowland events offer a range of camping, glamping and themed hotels to choose from.
"Dreamville" is Tomorrowland's camping area, but of course it's no ordinary campsite. Tomorrowland's team make sure that Dreamville is filled with all of the conveniences including showers, washing facilities, shops and gourmet food to make your stay as comfortable as possible but also a host of quirky surprises around each corner and, if Brasil is anything like Belgium, a Dreamville party area - "The Gathering" - where big name DJs will host welcome parties for Dreamville campers.
The minimum age requirement is 18 years, and even those accompanied by a parent or guardian are not permitted access to the festival or camping area.
Each day is 13:00 – 01:00, with check-in open until 23:00.
No, Magnificent Greens is standard Dreamville camping access and you will need to bring your own tent and equipment.
If you would like to avoid bringing your own tent, choose an Easy Tent, Dreamlodge or Cabana package.
Tomorrowland Brasil is the third and newest member of the Tomorrowland family, alongside the original edition in Belgium and its North American brother TomorrowWorld.
In July 2014, the one and only David Guetta joined the Tomorowland team to announce that the world's biggest dance music party was coming to Brazil. The festival's world-domination seems sure to continue in the next few years, after a teaser video for an India edition was released this June.
Tomorrowland Brasil's massive lineups reflect the artists from each year's Belgian edition, with everything from EDM to minimal techno represented by the world's finest talent.
Itu is located in the state of São Paulo, north-west of the city. The festival provides amazing transport links from the local area, across Brazil and from all over the world in its Global Journey packages.