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The Survival Series is a resource highlighting my favorite festivals and parties around the world. Previously I’ve featured Burning Man, an epic week-long social experiment in the desert, Sunjam, an intimate annual rave on a deserted Central American island, and The Full Moon Party, Southeast Asia’s most infamous monthly blowout.

I’ve got festival fever, and Tomorrowland was an itch I just had to scratch. Read on for the complete Alex in Wanderland guide to Tomorrowland. This post refers exclusively to the original Belgian event, though there are now sister festivals in the US and Brazil.

Complete Guide to Tomorrowland


Tomorrowland is an whimsically over-the-top EDM (that’s Electronic Dance Music, dad) festival. But Tomorrowland is about much more than music — it’s an event that prides itself on user experience and creating an extravagant and eccentric playground for ravers to go down the rabbit hole in.

The year I attended Tomorrowland, 2014, was its tenth year anniversary. As one music blog describes it,

Tomorrowland is bigger, louder, harder and most definitely crazier than any other festival I’ve ever been to. Fireworks synced with the drops of the tracks being played, floating stages in the middle of a lake, dancers dressed as fairytale characters next to the DJs, helicopters dropping flowers over the dancing crowd, soap bubbles in the air everywhere, ferris wheels and poker casinos – Tomorrowland has it all. Source.


Electronic Dance Music devotees, festival fanatics, and whimsy lovers from over 220 countries around the world. A total of 60,000 revelers per day over the three day weekend belies the oft-quoted number of 180,000 tickets sold per year. DreamVille, Tomorrowland’s fantasy land onsite camping and glamping village, holds up to 35,000 people.

How to Get to Tomorrowland


The aptly named town of Boom, Belgium, a small town of about 16,000 about halfway between Antwerp and Brussels. The festival takes over the De Schorre recreation area, a lush park with lakes, beaches, forest, and a natural ampitheater all incorporated into the various stages.


Tomorrowland typically takes place towards the end of July. For the tenth anniversary in 2014, two weekends were held, July 18-20 and July 25-27. In 2015, Tomorrowland will be held over the weekend of July 24-26.

Those camping in DreamVille can arrive on Thursday and leave on Monday, and enjoy an exclusive pre-party on Thursday night known at The Gathering.

Tomorrowland Guide


Tomorrowland is a full scale production with a ticket price (€237.50/$300) to match! Yet overall costs will vary wildly — from those traveling in from other parts of Europe and pitching a tent in general camping to someone flying in from across the world on a full service Global Journey package, the difference could be thousands of dollars.

I wrote a full post on my own personal cost breakdown from Tomorrowland, which totaled around $1,500.

Getting Tickets

Demand for Tomorrowland tickets is ridiculously high. Billboard reports that the 360,000 tickets available for 2014’s two weekends sold out in under an hour.

How I Got Tickets

Personally, I lucked into tickets in a very unexpected way. My Tomorrowland partner-in-crime Heather lives in the Cayman Islands, and on January 31st she received an email telling her that she was one of the first ten people to pre-register in her country, giving her entry into an extremely exclusive International Invites pre-sale designed to ensure the diversity of the festival’s audience. Obviously, not everyone has the benefit of having their festival buddy based out of a small Caribbean island nation. But if you live in a very sparsely populated country, it’s worth it to make sure you’re at your keyboard the moment pre-registration opens. You might just get lucky.

Still, even this was not without hiccups — when we received the link to buy tickets, all the DreamVille choices we were interested in didn’t even show as options. We didn’t know if they were sold out, or perhaps just unavailable for International Invitations. This seemed odd and so we hysterically tried to reach out to customer service for the next twenty four hours, panicking the entire time that we might lose what few options we had entirely. At one point, in response to a detailed, multi-paragraph email, we received the following —  We have received your email and we are working on it. We will contact you and give you further information. Gee thanks! About two days later, magically, the Dream Lodge appeared as an option, and we pressed purchase. That launched a whole other drama to do with Paylogic, the site that processes all ticket orders, rejecting Heather’s various credit cards multiple times. And I’m not even getting into the drama over the fact that Tomorrowland won’t deliver tickets to PO Boxes, which is the only way of receiving mail in the Cayman Islands.

Buying tickets to Tomorrowland? Not for the faint at heart.

Tomorrowland Ticket Orders

How You Can Get Tickets

There is no way to guarantee getting tickets, though Tomorrowland proved their money making genius by arranging ticket sales so that ticket panic would motivate festival hopefuls to spring for the obscenely overpriced Global Journey packages, which include plane or train transfers plus accommodation in either DreamVille or a hotel, and go on sale two weeks prior to general sale.

This was the timeline for 2014’s ticket sales:

January 13: Pre-registration

Feb 1: Global Journey tickets go on sale

Feb 3: International Invites on sale

Feb 8: Belgian Pre-sale tickets go on sale (You must have a Belgian bank account and Belgian home address to be able to order tickets in the Belgian presale.)

Feb 15: General sale tickets go on sale

March 16: Final date to complete personalization (After this date, tickets cannot be transferred or resold except through The Exchange Desk, Tomorrowland’s official outlet for transfer.)

Despite extensive research, I was unable to determine how many tickets were allotted for each of the sales. One thing is for sure — in order to be eligible for Tomorrowland ticket sales you must complete pre-registration. This will give you a unique access code in order to enter the ticket shop when the sale opens. So the steps to getting tickets to Tomorrowland include:

STEP 1: Pre Register

STEP 2: Purchase Tickets — if you are lucky! Up to four tickets may be purchased at a time. Once payment goes through, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. This e-mail is not a ticket — when the personalization process starts, you will receive an e-mail with a special link to personalize your tickets.

STEP 3: Personalize tickets. There is a one month period for personalization — during this month is when the black market for ticket resales will go crazy. Once the final date for personalization has passed, it becomes significantly harder, if not impossible, to transfer tickets.

STEP 4: Receive tickets. Tomorrowland tickets come in the form of color-coded, light-up wristbands. These arrive in the last two weeks of June or beginning of July.

STEP 5: Use tickets! Make sure to bring photo ID matching the name on the tickets.

There are all kinds of crazy theories about how to game the online lottery system in order to ensure tickets. Forums and Facebook groups are bursting with theories about reloading the page, using various IP addresses, and speed testing your connecting before sales start — some super-smarty pants coding geniuses even figured out how to hack into the system during the Belgian pre-sale this year! (The organizers caught on before general sale.) Personally, I wasn’t planning on taking any extraordinary measures other than setting my alarm for an hour before the sale to remind myself to get in front of my laptop.

One thing you can do to prepare? Call your credit card the day before sales let them know you will be making a large international purchase and to decrease the chances they will block the sale.

What if You Don’t Get Tickets?

Exercise extreme caution in buying tickets second hand. Message boards, Facebook groups and ticket resale sites are flooded with Tomorrowland tickets at vastly inflated price, but there are no guarantees of their veracity and plenty of heartbreak scam stories. One site that seems to get consistently good reviews for second hand tickets is Viagogo, though I have no personal experience with them and Tomorrowland maintains they do not recommend using any ticket resale sites. Tomorrowland’s own Exchange Desk is the only officially sanctioned outlet to resell tickets.

Tomorrowland Guide

Getting There

You can reach Boom by car, by train, by Tomorrowland shuttle, or by Global Journey. International travelers will most likely fly into Brussels Airport (airport code BRU).


There are directions (don’t use your GPS!) and paid parking for those who arrive by car — parking vouchers are cheaper to buy ahead online than at the gate. If you’re thinking of driving an RV and bedding down in the parking lot at night, time for Plan B — camping in the lots is strictly forbidden. There are free shuttles from the certain parking lots to and from Tomorrowland.


There are also free shuttles from the Boom train station to and from Tomorrowland and DreamVille. For those staying in DreamVille, extra trains will run to Boom on Thursday, with the last free shuttle bus to DreamVille leaving at the railway station in Boom at 9 pm. On Monday, the free shuttles will be leaving from around 7am to 2pm. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, there will be free shuttles to and from the train station and both DreamVille and Tomorrowland.

Generally we found information about train service to and from Boom to be confusing and often conflicting, even within the official Tomorrowland site. On Sunday, employees at the DreamVille information desk seemed baffled by our question of how to reach Brussels by public transportation the next day. After come coaxing they pulled up the train schedule for us online, which involved at minimum one transfer. You can check schedules and ticket fares here.

Tomorrowland Shuttles

Airport shuttles go to DreamVille from both Brussels’ two airports on Thursday, and return on Monday. Prices are reasonable at €27 or $34 round trip. Be sure your shuttle driver knows where in DreamVille you are staying — we didn’t know to mention we were staying in the Dream Lodge village and were dropped off clear at the opposite end of the campsite, a full forty minute walk away with all our luggage. Whoops! There are also shuttles that run to and from the festival and several cities within Belgium, the Netherlands and France on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. These range between €20-24 per day.

On Monday, we wanted to go to downtown Brussels rather than the airport as we were spending a night in the city decompressing before flying out the next day. When we went to the information desk to find out our options, we were happily surprised that we were quite easily able to sweet talk our way into two Global Journey bracelets, which allowed us to hop on a Brussels station-bound shuttle for those connecting to their Global Journey package trains (despite bold-lettered signs declaring shuttles were strictly for Global Journey guests only!) This made us cheer with joy — our hotel was a five minute taxi from the train station as opposed to the hour it would have taken us to reach it from the airport. While this was a bonus for us, I would love to see Tomorrowland add in DreamVille shuttles on Thursday and Monday to and from Brussels and Antwerp — make it easier to explore the rest of the country, rather than just b-line to the airport!

Global Journey

If you are on a Global Journey package, everything will be arranged for you from door to door. Shuttles will bring you from your flight or train directly to your hotel or to DreamVille. If you are on a hotel package and staying in Brussels, a free shuttle will bring you to and from the festival grounds each day. More on Global Journey below.

Tomorrowland’s guide to how to get to and from the festival is found here.

Tomorrowland 2014

Staying Alive

In comparison to other festivals and events I’ve covered in this series, like Sunjam, The Full Moon Party, and Burning Man, staying literally alive is less of an issue. The festival is highly organized, security and medical teams are at the ready, and the grounds have been heavily rookie-raver-proofed.

However, there are the usual risks of overindulgence and dehydration. All the sinks in the restroom areas have potable water — no signs indicate this, though if you ask at information or security they will concede it, and every single time I made a trip to the toilets there were several people filling up. You will not be able to bring even empty water bottles into the festival and I received mixed reports on whether or not Camelbaks were allowed. Additionally, any water bottles you buy inside the festival will be handed to you with the bottle cap off. So your best bet is to bring a few bottle caps in your pocket, buy a bottle of water, and use the caps you brought to allow you to refill and drink as necessary during the day, cutting down on both costs and plastic.

Drugs are taken fairly seriously at Tomorrowland. Pat downs are par for the course getting through the gate, and there were drug sniffing dogs accompanying the row of stern-faced Belgian police that waited on the other side more than once. “Amnesty bins” at every festival entrance allow for those with a last minute change of heart to dump contraband with no consequences.

DreamVille, on the other hand, is fairly anything goes.

Complete Guide to Tomorrowland

Staying Sated

Tomorrowland is known for its culinary highlights from around the globe — you certainly won’t go hungry or thirsty at this festival. We enjoyed sampling many food stand specialties throughout the weekend, from Chat Hills Smokehouse pulled pork sandwiches to stir fried Asian noodles. There were also plenty of local treats, from cheap waffles and croquettes to a luxurious “chocolate experience” from Belgian chocolateier Callebaut. Vegetarian and gluten free options are available. Learn more here.

Food and drink are paid for with tokens purchased at special “ATM machines” using cash or credit cards. For more on costs, see my Tomorrowland budget breakdown.

There are three specialty restaurants and one specialty bar at Tomorrowland, each of one requires a reservation and a pre-purchased voucher. Wout Bru is the namesake pop up restaurant of a star Belgian chef with a mainstage view. BEAT features Beats by Dre headphones and a menu matched to the music and atmosphere of the current headliner. And Belgian Steakhouse features — you guessed it! — Belgian steaks. Bubbles with a View is a specialty bar serving full bottles of champagne, accompanied by a bowl of strawberries, with kick-ass mainstage views. Because we didn’t want to be tied down to a special reservation time, and because they sold out fairly quickly, we skipped the specialty restaurants. We did, however, splurge on Bubbles with a View, and it was fabulous!

You can bring unlimited amounts of your own food and drinks into DreamVille, though no glass is permitted — alcohol must be transferred into plastic bottles. Also be aware that ice is not sold on site.

Complete Guide to Tomorrowland

On the DJ festival circuit, Tomorrowland is the enigmatic mecca of holy rave magic. Any raver worth his or her untz must make it there at least once, get muddy and praise the bpms. Source.

Alex in Wanderland’s Tomorrowland Tips

Tomorrowland is not easy to prepare for! In comparison to Burning Man, where I felt almost overwhelmed by the amount of helpful tips and planning information available, Tomorrowland was much more of a mystery. Here’s what I wish I had known —

1. Build in Time In Belgium

If you’re traveling internationally to attend Tomorrowland, don’t make the mistake of missing beautiful Belgium outside Boom! For me, Brussels made the perfect base to rest off any travel fatigue in an amazing hotel, stock up on supplies, and see a bit of the country. Civilized highlights like my Brussels chocolate walking tour and day trips to Ghent and Bruges perfectly complemented the hedonism of Tomorrowland.

Regardless of whether or not sightseeing is on the agenda, be sure to plan ahead. There are supermarkets in Boom, but it’s best not to rely on them, as liquor and bottled water will be sold out quickly. The city’s population is 16,000 – Tomorrowland’s population is 60,000 per day. Stock up ahead of time.

Whatever you do, don’t book an early morning flight or train on Monday. If you are staying in DreamVille, getting packed up, checked out and back to Brussels is quite the process. We were so grateful for our extra night in Brussels to get organized, repack, mail home our festival souvenirs, and buy one last round of Belgian chocolate. And don’t assume if you book Global Journey they will choose you an ideal flight time — our Dream Lodge neighbors had to leave at 5am to catch their flights back to Norway, a hassle they had paid a serious premium for!

Tomorrowland Guide

2. Pack Properly

Think carefully about what to bring to Tomorrowland, as you’ll pay a premium for any essentials you forget. Sunscreen and chapstick, (the festival is open from noon to 1am — most of it takes place during daylight!), tokens and a backup credit card or cash, the key to my locker, my camera or iPhone, and bottle caps (all water sold in Tomorrowland is handed over sans cap) made it into the festival with me every day.

For DreamVille, don’t forget earplugs for sleeping or a towel for showering. I made a rookie festival mistake of thinking I’d be comfortable in flip flops during the day. In addition to my rainboots, I wish I’d brought a pair of lightweight day boots, Keds, or other close-toed shoes. Things got messy — and muddy!

Also bring physically printed copies of any and all vouchers (festival tickets, shuttle transfers, Bubbles with a View, exclusive dining experiences, etc.)

3. Download the Tomorrowland App

I don’t know what I would have done without the Tomorrowland App! Available two weeks before festival on Android and iPhone, this beautifully designed app allows you to scroll through timetables, maps, FAQs, and even place your tent on a map of DreamVille should you find yourself lost when stumbling home late at night. Be sure to download the app before you arrive — there’s no wifi at Tomorrowland, and it’s available in only one tucked away corner of DreamVille (which I didn’t visit the entire four days!)

Tomorrowland App

4. Don’t Get Stuck on the Mainstage

I was absolutely shocked when I talked to other festival-goers on Saturday who had barely left the main stage. Tomorrowland is a playground, go explore it! Discover hidden stages, ride the ferris wheel (night and day!), taste test different treats, and go discover new artists you’ve never heard of. While we stuck to the mainstage for the last few hours of each night, some of my favorite moments and sets (namely, Kygo on the BlueFlame stage and Diplo on Mad Decent) happened elsewhere in the festival grounds.

5. Join Facebook Groups

I joined a few Tomorrowland Facebook groups once I started looking into attending, and they were immensely helpful in planning. While they were occasionally flooded with ridiculous memes and posts desperately searching for tickets, there was also plenty of useful information being exchanged and I received answers to some questions that I simply couldn’t find anywhere else.

6. Protect your Wristband

Be careful with your wristband — the faces (the part with the Tomorrowland logo) fell off easily and unless the wristband would no longer scan, you could not get a replacement. Mine broke the first hour I was at the festival and I was extremely irritated that after all I’d spent to be there, I was expected to walk around all weekend with a broken wristband. Thankfully a sympathetic employee at the Dream Lodges broke protocol and gave me a replacement part from another discarded band. Be careful!

How to Get to Tomorrowland

7. Pace Yourself

On of the things I loved most about staying in DreamVille was the ability to enter the festival as it opened, spend a few hours playing during the day, and then go back to the campsite to relax, regroup, and then get ready to rage again at night. Four nights and three days was the perfect amount of time for this festival — but I don’t think I would have made it had we attempted to stay inside the gates for the full thirteen hours they were open.

8. Get Swept Away

Sure, some of the sentiments are a bit cheesy. Some of the “peace, love, unity and respect” stuff rang a tad hollow and some of the sets seemed a tad manufactured. But the bottom line? Tomorrowland is a blast. Grab a friend, unplug from the world, and enter the technicolor wonderland that is Tomorrowland. Get swept away in the madness.

Tomorrowland 2014

Also in this series: The Cost of TomorrowlandOnce Upon a Time at TomorrowlandDreaming of DreamVille

  • Ashley | Ashley Wanders
    October 14 2014

    Trying to get tickets sounds like a bit of a nightmare, but worth it in the end, I’m sure! I’ll definitely come back to this post if I ever make it to Tomorrowland.
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      I hope it will be a great resource for future years 🙂

      • Natalie Rodriguez
        December 9 2016


        I love your articles.I read that because your friend was the island she was able to get an early invitation. I am from Puerto Rico, so I would like to know how did she get into that list. Thanks

        • Alex
          December 11 2016

          Hi Natalie! All the details are in this post, I promise 🙂 Reread the section on preregistration, and let me know if anything is still unclear.

      • Usman
        January 22 2017

        I wanted to ask whether if I could buy tickets and then resell them during the personalisation period would that be alright?

        • Alex
          January 31 2017

          Sorry Usman, I have no personal experience with this and can’t comment.

  • Justine
    October 14 2014

    This festival sounds crazy. I love the idea of flowers being dropped by helicopters and being surrounded by soap bubbles. So fun 🙂
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      The organizers definitely know how to put on a show!

  • Silvia
    October 14 2014

    Whoa, the lead up to the festival sounds super stressful and intense, but those photos make it look totally worth it!
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      That’s why I started with the beautiful photos, and ended with the tale of how hard it was to get there 🙂 Ha!

  • Katie
    October 14 2014

    I really hope I get to do this one day!! Looks awesome, now I just need a friend that lives on a tiny island… 😉 I love how they put all of those cool touches on the festival, like the face art, flower drops and oxygen bars. I’ve never heard of that kind of flair at any other festival!
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      I definitely lucked out with Heather, in more ways than one! The ultimate festival buddy.

  • becky hutner
    October 14 2014

    The evolution of rave is so interesting to me. There may be a lot more bells & whistles — in this case, A LOT more — but it’s amazing that 25+ yrs after its inception, we are still dancing all night long to synthetic beats in a muddy field x
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Indeed! (And I totally underestimated the muddy bit — so glad I found those rain boots last minute!)

  • Geke
    October 14 2014

    You guys are so lucky for living on the other side of the world; it is virtually impossible for Dutch/Belgian people to get tickets due to the fact they want to keep the festival as international as possible. I know people who tried to get tickets with eight laptops next to eachother without any success (the did that three years in a row).
    Furthermore, it is obvious that you can drink from the tap (in Holland at least), so that’s probably why there are no signs ;p

    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Hey Geke, I don’t know if statistically that is true… I couldn’t find official numbers so I didn’t include them in this post, but from what I read in many places a fairly significant portion of tickets are set aside exclusively for the Belgian pre-sale. With 1.8 million people trying to get 180,000 tickets, it’s not surprising that some people may not get through even trying a few years in a row! But I wish your friends luck next time 🙂

  • Dane Homenick
    October 14 2014

    Looks like so much. Gonna have to add that one to the list!

    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Good luck landing tickets Dane! It’s well worth the hassle!

  • Rika | Cubicle Throwdown
    October 14 2014

    Dang girl, the ticket thing sounds like a nightmare! But the festival looks like a fairytale. Still fully jealous 🙂
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Oh man, I was in Panama at the time and the stress had me doubled over for days! But as the photos show, it was well worth it in the end 🙂

  • Diana Edelman
    October 14 2014

    That ticketing process is insane! Enough right there to stress me out!! Great guide though!
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Yeah, reading through our messages to each other during those few days cracks me up. We were a wreck!

  • Uttam Sharma
    October 15 2014

    Hi Alex,

    Thank you for this important blog. I was waiting for this from last week. It has cleared all the doubts and keeping my fingers crossed about the ticket though i will take all the efforts to make it possible. The only doubt i have is about the type of credit cards which paylogic accepts.
    I am researching on that. I also wanted to know whether they accept debit cards as well.

    Let me know if you have any information or any link on the same.


    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      I’m not sure about that Uttam! I know Heather used a Visa credit card from a Cayman Islands bank. Good luck finding out more!

  • pilar
    October 15 2014

    What an amazing post Alex, I am sending it everywhere in my net!
    Its like a perfect guide but greatly written and free! I am not into electronic music at all, despite a live in Ibiza now, but I really want to go to Tomorrowland next year just after reading the post!

    By the way, I know Viagogo very well as a seller and buyer (not the overpriced type, but below retail price as I could not attend the venue)….and always had very bad experiences with them.
    Dodgy re-sellers buy cheap tickets in viagogo (my tickets) and try to sell them again to third and fourth parties, terribly overpriced I assume. In the case they don´t sell them, Viagogo will happily tell the first seller (me) the tickets were false and will not pay you (as a first seller). A real mess and always finish badly to everyone. Thats my experience anyway. I lost 4 Royal Opera House tickets that way (even with the Royal opera house credit card ticket attached to them). Obviously now I give my tickets away for free to friends when I have the chance.
    I also know plenty people who got fake tickets many times.
    Its a very dangerous website…although thats just my experience anyway.

    Thanks again for an amazing post

    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Thanks for sharing that info, Pilar! “Is Viagogo safe?” or some variation on that question popped up MULTIPLE times per day in those Tomorrowland Facebook groups, and it was always hotly debated. As much I LOVED Tomorrowland and was determined to go, I would not have purchased tickets second hand had I not landed them through official outlets.

  • Kelly | Endlessly Exploring
    October 15 2014

    I would love to go to this festival one day – it looks amazing! The ticket process sounds like an absolute nightmare, but it sounds like you had an insane time though! Love the top two photos Alex! x
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      It was! I wish they would streamline the process and have better customer service through the whole thing :-/ But I guess they don’t have any incentive to do so!

  • Helene
    October 15 2014

    Since I write a series every year, along with multiple posts on how to get to Tomorrowland, the best way to get there from the hotel is the bus. I’ve gone for the past three years and this is what we always use.
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Your posts were some of the only I could find when I was planning Helene, thank you for them! 🙂

    • Zachary Bell
      February 18 2017

      Excuse my curiosity, but if you’ve taken the bus every year how are you able to rule outhe other options as “the best” if you’ve only tried the bus?

      • Alex
        February 27 2017

        The bus is really the only option, Zachary 🙂 Well, the only direct one at least other than taking a VERY expensive taxi!

  • Angie Away
    October 15 2014

    You make these crazy festivals look like so much fun… I’m nearly convinced to come along next time!
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    • Alex
      October 17 2014

      Tomorrowland Brazil? You in? 😉

  • Rana Singh
    October 15 2014

    Great guide. But the ticket process is very bad.