Tickets for Tomorrowland sell out in no time yet again

Sunday, 27 January 2019 21:08
The first 200,000 presale tickets for Tomorrowland, which were reserved for the Belgian market, sold out in an hour and a half on Saturday morning.
100,000 more went up for sale internationally at 5pm and sold out in just 50 minutes.  

Belgians who preregistered were able to snap up tickets for the 15th edition of the festival from 11am on Saturday morning. The number of people who registered went up 30% compared to last year. This “slowed down the presale process considerably”, says Tomorrowland spokesperson Debby Wilmsen. The first 200,000 tickets sold out in an hour and a half.  

The unlucky ones could try again at 5pm, when another 100,000 tickets went up for sale internationally. Those sold out in just 50 minutes. 

The remaining 70,000 tickets will go on sale on the 2nd of February. However, they will be more expensive: 293 euros for the whole weekend compared to 249 euros on presale and 109 euros for a day pass compared to 105,50 euros on presale. 

The 15th edition of the world-famous festival will take place over two weekends: the 19th to 21st and 26th to 28th of July.  

Maria Novak
The Brussels Times
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