Are all Tomorrowland Tickets sold out?

All tickets purchased for this year’s festival will be carried over to 2021. Because of that, we can say that tickets for 2021 are also sold out. But there is still a chance to get tickets.

Is Tomorrowland sold out 2021?

When Do Tomorrowland Worldwide Sale Tickets Go on Sale? There is no evidence of a worldwide sale this year. Due to 2020 tickets rolling over to 2021, sales will not be the same this year. However, waiting list tickets will become available this year (read waiting list section below).

How much are tickets for Tomorrowland 2021?

A day pass for Tomorrowland costs you from 88 Euros to 110 Euros and sells the quickest. The three-day Full Madness pass costs you from 225 Euros to 272 Euros. The Global Journey pass that covers round-trip airfare and lodging will cost you 2,000-2,370 Euros.

Where will Tomorrowland 2022 be held?

Provinciaal Recreatiedomein De Schorre
2022 Tomorrowland/Location

Is Tomorrowland a rave?

Tomorrowland is a Belgian electronic dance music festival held in Boom, Flanders, Belgium since 2005….Tomorrowland (festival)

Genre EDM
Dates Final two weekends of July
Location(s) Boom, Antwerp, Belgium
Years active 2005–present

How much money do you need for Tomorrowland?

First you need to book Tickets for the festival which will cost you around INR 38000 without any camping. If you want to book everything including Passes to enter all stages and camping it will cost you around INR 42000 without the value added taxes.

Is Tomorrowland drug free?

Tomorrowland and DreamVille conduct an absolute zero tolerance policy in regard to drugs. It is forbidden to use, deal and/or to be in possession of drugs on both the festival grounds and camping site.

What is the age limit for Tomorrowland?

The minimum age limit to enter to the festival is 18. People born in 2003 will be granted entrance even though they turn 18 after the festival. Anybody who turns 18 in 2021, is permitted entrance.

Who is the owner of Tomorrowland?

Tomorrowland is fully owned by Manu and Michiel Beers, two Belgian brothers. The event employs 12,000 people during its run, and organizers estimate roughly $120 million (100 million euros) from the festival will feed directly back to the local economy.