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Live, Love, Unite: Get to know Tomorrowland

What is Tomorrowland?

Nothing if not the single most famous and most looked forward to electronic-dance music festival in the world! The summer festival was originated and has found its home in Belgium, in a town called Boom (talk about a perfect location). Since 2005, it has attracted festival fans from around the world and the name has garnered its well-deserved reputation. Given how today tickets are usually sold out within the hours of their release, it’s hard to picture that in the festival’s early days, organiser ID&T used to give away free passes to locals just to fill up the site. 2014 marks Tomorrowland’s 10th anniversary and saw the biggest and most extended edition of the festival, which lasted two weeks and welcomed as many as 360,000 attendees from all over the world. The festival came back in its one-weekend normalcy of fun in the following edition but if you think it was a comedown given what preceded it, think again – 2015 featured a packed lineup of artists, including Armin Van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Hardwell and Robin Schulz, who hit 15 different stages across the festival fields. 

Tomorrowland Belgium returns in its 12th edition on July 22-24, 2016 with the theme “The Elixir of Life”.

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What can I expect? Who are in the lineup?

You mean who aren’t in the lineup? As Tomorrowland attracts a growing number of festival goers each year, so does it local and international DJs and artists. It truly has become a global event. You can expect the industry’s biggest names to be there putting on ass-kicking live sets: Avicii, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta (a regular since 2005, this one), Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Fatboy Slim, LMFAO, Hardwell, Skrillex, etc. The Main Stage is for those guys, but there are also 14 unique other thematic stages so lesser known DJs would have a place to showcase their talent and receive just as much love.

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How do I get a ticket?

Normally, fans can purchase tickets on Tomorrowland’s website once they’re on sale. This year the official worldwide sale date is Saturday, February 6, 2016. Be advised that pre-registration on the website is necessary, meaning if you haven’t registered before official ticket sale begins, you won’t be able to purchase a ticket.

We know that when the clock strikes 11PM (GMT+7) on February 6, tickets will sell out pretty fast. That’s where we come in. There’s no need to worry about the website’s crashing or not getting your ticket in time since AsiaLive365 is Tomorrowland’s official partner in the region. From January 15, 2016, 10PM (GMT+7) onwards, you can purchase the tickets straight from us. Click here to see which types of ticket packages we’ve got dibs for our readers!

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