Tomorrowland 2018 sold out within an hour of tickets going on general sale worldwide last Saturday February 3rd.
The massive Belgian festival, which last year expanded its capacity to nearly 400,000 over its two weekends, has a history of quickly selling out. In 2017, every ticket was swept up in just 64 minutes despite its enormous expansion. All of this is unsurprising given the festival's international status, being declared as the “biggest social media music event in the world” last year.
Tickets for this year's festival – which runs over two weekends in July – went on general sale worldwide at 5pm on Saturday February 3rd with pre-sale tickets having sold out quickly prior to that. The first weekend of the festival takes place between Friday 20th and Sunday 22nd July while the second will be held the following week from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th.
Tomorrowland 2018 promises to be the biggest yet based on its gigantic line-up. Stage hosts include Martin Garrix's STMPD RCRDS, Charlotte De Witte's KNTXT techno concept and Eric Prydz's Pryda Arena. More names recently added to the bill include Carl Cox, Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann, Nervo, Underworld (Live), Sven Väth, Richie Hawtin, Jamie Jones, Tale Of Us, Alison Wonderland, Hardwell, Ida Engberg, Anna Lunoe and many many more.
For full line-up info go to Tomorrowland's website.
People of Tomorrow, the Worldwide Ticket Sale has ended. All tickets for Tomorrowland 2018 are Sold Out. Thank you for your love and enthusiasm. pic.twitter.com/EkYyz7K28r
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) February 3, 2018