Tomorrowland sells out in 5 minutes ahead of 2020 edition
This year, Tomorrowland have done things slightly differently. Ahead of their worldwide presale and general sale, the entire lineup was dropped at once instead over the course of the months leading up to July (when the festival will take place for two weekends as always), which has only made this year way more in demand. Now, everyone knows that Tomorrowland is notoriously hard to buy tickets for if you’re not either top 20 or Global Journey buyers and this year is no different.
There’s very little festivals that are as in-demand as this one is, and the sales prove it. Although there is around 400,000 attendees over the two weekends combined, tickets on the general worldwide sale sold out in just five minutes. Always breaking records each year, it seems to be harder and harder to snag tickets with the demand and interest only growing bigger year by year. It’s a true testament to the growth of the Belgian event with the fact that they can sell that many units of tickets in just five minutes, and is nothing short of impressive.
The only way to get yourself into the event now is by signing up to their official waitlist when it becomes available (information will be posted on their official website, so keep an eye on it). With acts like Eric Prydz with his HOLOSPHERE, Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix and many more with special stage and label takeovers set to bring their talents to Tomorrowland 2020, this edition will be as special as ever.
Friends, the WorldWide Ticket Sale has ended. All tickets for Tomorrowland 2020 are Sold Out. The number of ticket requests was much higher than the amount of tickets available. Thank You for your love… pic.twitter.com/O8jbKcI2fA
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) February 1, 2020