285,000 tickets for Tomorrowland have already been sold

Sunday, 28 January 2018 18:49
Tickets for the Belgian electronic music festival Tomorrowland went on sale on Saturday.
The day tickets and week-end tickets reserved for Belgians sold-out in one hour that same morning. Those made available to the international public sold-out even more quickly in the early evening. Around 285,000 tickets were sold, according to Debby Wilmsen, the spokesman for this popular event.

New tickets will be put on sale on the 3rd of February, but at a higher price.

A total of 400,000 tickets will be available, 285,000 of which have already been sold. The festival will take place from the 20th to the 22nd of and the 27th to the 29th of July in Boom (Antwerp province).    

Sarah Johansson
The Brussels Times
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