Some 600,000 visitors are expected to be attending Belgium's Tomorrowland festival this summer, the company stated in an announcement saying all tickets were sold out.
The festival, which this year will take place in De Schorre park in Boom, Antwerp Province during three weekends rather than two, confirmed the news on its social media accounts.
"All tickets from the WorldWide Ticket Sale are Sold Out," the company wrote, adding that a limited number of travel packages linked to the festival are available.
Friends, all tickets from the WorldWide Ticket Sale are Sold Out. Only a limited amount of Global Journey Travel Packages, including a Tomorrowland Ticket, still available at https://t.co/cujClWodZp pic.twitter.com/loqPUwizIG— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) February 26, 2022
After two years of the festival being cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis, the tickets, which were released in a series of early sales, went like hotcakes, according to Belga News Agency. The last ones went on sale on Saturday.
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This year, the world-famous Belgian festival of electronic music will be held on three successive weekends in July - 15-17, 22-24 and 29-31 – under the theme of "The Reflection of Love." Over 700 artists and DJs will be taking to its 16 stages.
At the start of the month, the company already announced several of the big names, and other famous artists and Tomorrowland regulars, including Fisher, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Lost Frequencies are expected to be playing their sets.
Tomorrowland will be organising another festival named CORE Festival together with another of the biggest Belgian organisers, Rock Werchter, set to take place in Brussels this spring.