Tomorrowland sells out both weekends in 1 hour
Iconic super-festival Tomorrowland has been hyped up to the max in recent weeks. After unveiling the lineup for this year’s Belgium edition, tickets for the esteemed event went on sale. In 2016 and 2017, tickets sold out in 40 minutes and 64 minutes respectively. This year, the two-weekend event sold out in just 60 minutes.
An incredible 285,000 Tomorrowland tickets were sold during the Global Journey and Worldwide pre-sales. Day tickets and weekend tickets reserved only for Belgians, sold-out in one hour that same morning. Pre-sale tickets available to the international public sold out even quicker in the early evening, according to Debby Wilmsen, a representative of the world’s largest festival. The remaining tickets sold out during the Worldwide sale yesterday.
Unlike in 2016, ticket this year’s edition sold out after the lineup was announced. With more than 80 stage hosts across 2 weekends, more than 1,000 artists are expected to perform. As a result of the festival’s sheer size, Tomorrowland introduced the pre-registration system for the first time, in an attempt to reduce the frenzy of thousands of fans simultaneously purchasing tickets. In addition to this, the first 20 people from each country who registered, had first access to a maximum of 4 tickets per person. However, despite the much more organized system, tickets prevailed to sell out within the blink of an eye.
A limited number of Global Journey Travel Packages are still available here.