Tomorrowland – that massive Belgium festival that all your mates dart over to Europe for the Summer to attend – is getting even bigger next year.
The usual 3-day event will expanding to two weekends as of 2017, allowing eager punters to a better chance of experiencing the madness.
Naturally, partygoers are stoked to hear the news, with the festival proving to be one of the hardest to score tickets for (trust me, I know). With this, the usual 180,000 attendees will be jumping to a massive 360,000 by hosting the event over two weekends.
Dutch publication Gazet van Antwerpen was first to report the news, with Tomorrowland representatives commenting: “The purpose of [hosting the festival in 2 weekends] is to meet the huge demand for tickets from international and local fans. Meanwhile, with the blessing of the municipalities of Boom & Rumst, we can go ahead and start preparing for 2 weekends as of next summer.” The translation is courtesy of We Rave You.
Tomorrowland is scheduled to kick off on July 21 to July 23, followed by weekend 2 from July 28 through July 30.