How To Get To Tomorrowland By Train
(Last Updated On: 14/08/2020)
If you’re wondering how to get to Tomorrowland by train, then look no further. Book your train tickets to Tomorrowland in advance with us! If you’re one of the lucky people to have tickets to Tomorrowland this year, make sure you don’t leave the travel details to the last minute!
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When is Tomorrowland?
It won’t be long until the festival kicks off, so make sure you’re prepared with Tomorrowland by Train tickets. Tomorrowland is taking place on two weekends for 2018. It’s the last two weekend in July: 20-22nd and 27th- 29th. The Gathering, which is the pre-festival event for campers in Dreamville, takes place on July 19th and then July 26th for weekend 2.
Access To Tomorrowland by Train:
Access to the festival is only possible if you have a valid Tomorrowland Bracelet registered on your name.
On Friday & Saturday, check-in is open until 22h00. Access will be denied after this time.
On Sunday check-in closes at 21h00. Access will be denied after this time.
Tomorrowland is without question the best music festival in the world. More countries are at Tomorrowland than at the Olympics. It’s truly a unique experience and the perfect way to feel connected. Every year it grows even larger, so don’t get overwhelmed with the crowds by being unprepared, get to Tomorrowland by Train.
How To Get To Tomorrowland By Train:
Tomorrowland takes place at the recreation area, De Schorre, in Boom. The town of Boom is situated in Belgium, between Antwerp & Brussels. This small town transforms into a party scene. Usually a quiet town they display the Tomorrowland flags on their windows during the festival.
The best main station to get to Tomorrowland by Train is to get to Antwerpen-Centraal. Once you’re here you’re going to want to get another train to Boom.
Get off at Boom station and take the free bus shuttle to Tomorrowland / DreamVille. After each festival day, three extra night trains will run to Antwerpen-Centraal station.
NEW: On weekdays, there are now 2 trains per hour between Antwerpen-Centraal and Boom. On Saturday and Sunday: 1 train per hour.
What Is Tomorrowland Like?
Now that we have given you the finer details on Tomorrowland by Train, it’s time for the fun part! If it’s your first time going to Tomorrowland, you’re probably wondering what it’s going to be like. Tomorrowland is definitely worth the hype that been created around it. Tomorrowland has been voted the undisputed greatest EDM music festival in the world for several years running. Visiting at least once in one’s lifetime has become a must for any music fan, party goer or festival enthusiast. Tomorrowland 2018 is shaping up to be the greatest in the festival’s history. It has a truly astounding number of fantastic international artists set to light up the 16 incredible stages.
Besides having an incredible lineup, the organizers seem to have thought of everything, including lockers you can hire, places to charge your phone and even their own currency called Pearls. You have different options to top-up your Bracelet with Pearls: You can add Pearls online at your Tomorrowland Account, at the tab ‘My Bracelet’ before the festival with your credit card (VISA, Mastercard), Bancontact, Sofortüberweisung or iDeal. This really becomes a place where you can leave all your worries behind!
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