Tomorrowland, which sold out all tickets this weekend, will be welcoming 180,000 people from 214 different countries from all over the world to its birthplace in Belgium. Included in this number are all the Global Journey packages, bringing in travellers from 120 cities worldwide on unique Tomorrowland planes.
Over the coming weeks, the unique bottle as featured in the trailer will make its way across the Atlantic and eventually dock at the first location selected to host, TomorrowWorld, the next chapter in the festival’s history. This new location will become the second worldwide gathering of music fans for one weekend of September this year, on the 27th, 28th and 29th.
Belgian brothers Manu & Michiel Beers, creators of Tomorrowland, said: "Having the chance to organise a Tomorrowland outside of Belgium is more exciting than anything we ever dreamed of when we started years ago as young music lovers and entrepreneurs. This year it has become more and more of a reality. We see it as a fantastic and very unique opportunity; it will be an enormous challenge and a big step for our young, creative and vibrant team. We're all very motivated and excited to begin this new chapter and create the same unique experience that we do in Belgium. We're very happy we can finally give an alternative to the enormous amount of people from all over the world that want to visit our festival. We’ve found a beautiful location that feels like a second home, and it’s very similar to our fantastic terrain in Belgium. We will reveal all the details within the coming weeks.”