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Tomorrowland Festival will be extending to two weekends, covering both the 16-18 & 23-25 of July 2021

Tomorrowland is the world’s largest dance music festival, each summer bringing electronic music’s biggest stars to its magical wonderland in the Belgium town of Boom. Tomorrowland Festival will be extending to two weekends, covering both the 16-18 & 23-25 of July 2021.

Tomorrowland returns in July 2021 with another epic lineup that spans across EDM, house, techno, hardstyle, drum and bass, trance and more, all showcased over tens of stages, many curated by some of each genre’s foremost brands and artists.

Recent Tomorrowland lineups have featured the likes of The Chainsmokers, Carl Cox, Amelie Lens, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto and many more, who all played out amongst Tomorrowland’s incredible stage design, production, and quirky surprises.

Now regarded as a mecca for all dance music fans, Tomorrowland is well and truly at the top of every dance fan’s festival bucket list.

Tomorrowland Festival 2020 was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. All purchased tickets & packages for 2020 will be transferred to the 2021 edition. More details at the official website here

Tomorrowland Belgium 2019 Official Aftermovie

Tomorrowland Festival 2021 Lineup

Lineup will be announced closer to the festival.

Tomorrowland Festival 2021 Tickets

Tickets + Accommodation Packages for both weekends are on sale:
Payment Plan Available: pay just 7% today and the rest over 2 months

Accommodation

A DreamVille Package, which includes the Full Madness Pass, must be purchased to camp during the Festival. DreamVille offers 20 types of accommodations, ranging from bring your own tent to a super luxury tent (check all packages here). If you buy a DreamVille Package you get easy access to the venue and you are also invited to the Gathering party, an exclusive party a day before the festival, for people who camp in DreamVille. Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com

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Travel Info

BY CAR
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FROM BRUSSELS
BY TRAIN

From Brussels Central Station take the train to Anvers-Berchem (45 min journey) and from there take the train to Boom (25 min journey).

BY BUS

From Brussel Karel Bogaerd Station take Bus line 461 to Boom Markt (65 min journey). Check schedule @ www.delijn.be

BY TAXI

It’s a 30 min journey and costs approx. €70.00 – €90.00
Taxis Bleus: +32 2 268 00 00 – www.taxisbleus.be
Limostar: +32 2 512 01 01 – www.limostar.be

BY PLANE

If you are flying to Brussels Airport (BRU) take the train from Brussels Airport-Zaventem to Anvers-Berchem (25 min journey) and then from there take the train to Boom (25 min journey). Alternatively you can take a 20 min taxi ride to Boom that will cost between €45.00 – €55.00.

FROM ANTWERP
BY TRAIN

Take the train from Anvers-Central Station to Boom (30 min journey).

BY BUS

Take the Bus from Antwerpen Zuid Perron Station to Boom Beukenlaan Station (30 min journey).

BY TAXI

A taxi will take you to Boom in 15 min and will cost approx. €30.00

BY PLANE

If you are flying to Antwerp Airport (ANR) take the train from Mortsel Station to Anvers-Berchem Station (3 min journey) and from there take the train to Boom (25 min journey). Alternatively you can take a 20 min taxi ride to Boom that will cost approx. €35.00.

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