How to get to Tomorrowland 2013
This guide is great but for even more info: For info for Tomorrowland 2014 click here.
So I thought I would talk about the festival, a little how to if you will.
The festival is held in Boom, Belgium July 26-28th.
Or you can camp out on the grounds of the fesitval at Dreamville.
If you have no intention on sleeping Dreamville might be the way to go.
This is not posted anywhere but you can bring in a water bottle, just remove the cap. (Or stick it in your pocket). You can also go ahead and fill that water bottle with say, wine, and have a really good time.
The food served is authentic Belgian food. Such as fries served with mayonnaise.
It's actually not that expensive, and you will need your energy for all the dancing you'll be doing.
There are 16 stages at Tomorrowland. Some big, some small. The Mainstage will host acts like Skrillex, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, and this year they added Tiesto!
The stages are elaborate. The main stage last year was at least 3 stories high and looke dlike books. The one in the middle opened up to be a screen!
The fire codes are different from the ones in America so the firework show is the best I've ever seen.
The festival is very very well organized except for one aspect: leaving.
It's a mad house.
People are literally piled on top of each other trying to take a bus home.
Here's what to do: You will have to walk a little bit, but walk towards the highway. Then you can catch the cabs before they get bombarded with festival goers.
It's very easy to take a train and go to Italy, France, Amsterdam, Germany and beyond.
Trains are definitely the way to go. You can take a nap and get ready for the rest of your trip.
Having Fun at the Festival
Like I mentioned- bring something alcoholic to drink, you're already on you're way to have fun. Drinking excessively is necessary.
Wear bright clothing: you'll be able to find your friends more easily. And everyone will know you're here to party. Be crazy, everyone else is here. Dance your heart out- specifically waving your hands over your head. Gt on people's shoulders. Who cares- you're in Belgium at Electronic Dance music festival.
Cross your fingers for me that we get tickets!