ID&T’s Tomorrowland brand has reached an interesting point in its evolution. The Brasil edition of the festival was recently revealed to be cancelled for next year, while its stateside sister event TomorrowWorld was skipped this year after a disastrous outing in 2015. In spite of these downturns, however, the flagship edition of Tomorrowland is shaping up for a major year in 2017.
Back in September it was announced that Tomorrowland 2017 will extend across a second weekend, a major expansion for the event. Following up on that announcement, the festival organizers have now revealed that pre-registration for tickets will go live on January 10, 2017 at 5pm CET. Additionally, the first twenty customers to register from each country will be eligible to purchase their tickets immediately.
Tomorrowland 2017 is scheduled to go down July 21-23 for the first weekend, with the second weekend taking place from July 28-30. Serving as one of the most notable music festivals in the world, the festival has been known to sell out their ticket inventory in minutes.
Be sure to be ready to register at Tomorrowland‘s website come January if you’re hoping to make it out to Boom, Belgium next summer, as tickets will definitely go fast.
Source: EDM Tunes