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First Tomorrowland tickets go on sale today

First Tomorrowland tickets go on sale today

Global Journey Travel Packages are available today

Global Journey Travel Packages, which include a tomorrowland ticket, hotel, and/or access to Dreamville will go on sale today at 17:00 CET.

The worldwide pre-sale for all tiers of Tomorrowland tickets and Dreamville packages on sale the following weekend, from Saturday, January 25th. Also being introduced this year alongside the Global Journey Travel Packages are three concept hotels, with each hotel having a unique theme, including an immersive stay in nature, a botonical garden, and an art gallery. 

Another new addition this year is the Tomorrowland Magical Year Pass. This package is valid for two people, and gives access to several Tomorrowland events: a 7-day Package for Tomorrowland Winter, a Spectacular Easy Tent Package for Tomorrowland Belgium, a Garden of Madness Travel Package and a TML by Tomorrowland gift voucher.

The general sale for remaining worldwide tickets will be on Saturday, February 1st. The festival also has two exclusive ticket offers: First 20 and Surprise. The first 20 people of each nationality who register, will have the possibility to buy four Tomorrowland tickets through a dedicated ticket link before the worldwide sale, and the surprise ticket purchasers will not find out which package they have purchased until a week before the event.

Tomorrowland 2020 will take place in Boom, Belgium, from the 17th to the 19th July, and again from the 24th to the 26th July. The festival, which celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2019, has been in Boom since the first edition of Tomorrowland, with the townspeople becoming an integral part of the festival's history. The event runs for two weekends, and in between the festivals, the people in Boom and the local area attend a special party at the Tomorrowland site.

Find out more information on tickets here.

Tomorrowland recently announced that they had extended the contract at De Schorre park in Boom until 2034.