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Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium

24th–26th July 2015 Boom, Belgium

Tomorrowland has been going for over a decade and is one of the largest, most famous electronic music festivals in the world. Headlines acts confirmed for 2015 include some of the biggest artists on the planet, including David Guetta, Avicii and Alesso to name just a few. They aim to provide one-off, had-to-be-there moments, for festival goers that have travelled from around the world to be there.

It’s more than a love of music and all night raving that makes this festival special. The community feel is surprising and unique. Dreamville is the festival’s ‘city’ that welcomes approximately 35, 000 people every year and features a marketplace, shops, some of the best food you’ll ever get at a festival, community centres and even a warm up part called ‘The Gathering’.

The festival itself promotes a sentiment of togetherness and you will find messages such as ‘be what you want’ and ‘live your dream’ throughout.The festival’s huge team of staff provide outstanding, smiling service, and there’s every facility you could think of, including dedicated deodorant appliers at every toilet block. The festival’s ‘aftermovie’ is infamous and helps to bring together and underline the community feel, rounding up each festival as a unique time in history, shared and enjoyed by people from all over the world.


Dreamville offers a wide range of accommodation, from the ‘Magnificent Greens campsite’ where you can pitch your own tent, to The Mansion, the ultimate in festival luxury, champagne included and you can even have your own butler service.

Getting there

The town of Boom is between Antwerp and Brussels. It is easily accessible by train, bus or car.


It is usually warm in Belgium in the summer months, although not exceedingly hot. Expect mid-twenties in terms of temperatures but it can be changeable so check the forecast.

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