Tomorrowland Festival, Belgium

Tomorrowland Festival, Belgium

Tomorrowland Festival, Belgium
Robert Anthony

Music is the gateway to ultimate bliss. It invades our soul creating happiness and moves through us with dance. Tomorrowland, a music festival in Belgium, delivers the ultimate music experience. It is 3 days of madness. People gather from around the world to be a part of this phenomenon.

Tomorrowland 2012 will be held on July 27th thru 29th with nonstop music entertainment. Whether you come for one day or all three you are sure to hear the best house music mixes and have the time of your life. The lineup of talent is incredible. All of the world’s most renowned djs play at Tomorrowland. Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Faithless SoundSystem, Dirty South, Kaskade, Avicii, Afrojack, Tiesto and dozens more. It is the biggest dance festival in Europe.

The festival is massive built on a woodland town perfectly named Boom. Thousands of people camp during these days making Tomorrowland their magical home for the weekend. The capacity level alone is 60,000. The fact of the matter is it can reach such high level crowds be forewarned Tomorrowland is not for amateurs.

The vibe of all party people is electric, fun and lighthearted. Everyone is there for the same reason, the music. They enjoy this once in a lifetime experience together as if they were all the children of house music.

The theme of each festival is always a fantasy like place something out of Alice in Wonderland or Willie Wonka. The decorations are humongous. It is like entering a dream world with the only aspiration is to party. It is pure party mayhem.

Tickets for this adventure are not yet for sale however looking at prices last year they are not expensive at all. Last year a 3 day ticket including camping pass totaled approx €200.

This festival truly captures the essence of what festivals are intended for. It gives a dynamic setting for people to be together, camp with nature and enjoy their sensory.

Robert Anthony

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