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22. Posted by Np008435 (Budding Member 8 posts) 3y

Hi UGladBro,

Take a look at this google spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ArLkHz2OMuJzdHNCY0ZTQ2UwanVzVEdrS25WVGo0X0E

Its a compilation of some of the events and festivals going on in Europe during the summer. I'm backpacking from mid June-mid Sept and planning on going to Bastille Day, Tomorrowland, Rhine in Flames and LaTomatina. Whatever happens in between is all part of the adventure! Gimme a shout if you're interested in coming along for an event or something.

23. Posted by 19colm93 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 3y

Quoting Emma20

I am from Ireland and one of our biggest festivals Oxegen has been cancelled. I am hearing alot about Tomorrowland and a big group of us are going to travel there in July. Just wondering if any one knows the prices of camping tickets Roughly? And is the transport from the airport efficient? Plus if anyone has been... is it good?? :)

Colm here from Athlone a group of us are going too, and just wondering about the same things. Have you figured out any of the transport. I'm presuming you are flying into Brussels Charleroi too. do me a favour and get back to me if you find anything out about it.
cheers.

24. Posted by Nessa13 (Budding Member 2 posts) 3y

HI im from the states and im also planning on traveling to Belgium for the 2012 TomorrowLand festival. I plan on staying out there for a few weeks also heading to Ibiza however i dont know where to start or what to expect. Ive never actually traveled that far so im really nervous . any tips ???

25. Posted by Nessa13 (Budding Member 2 posts) 3y

Im also from the states and am planning on traveling to Belgium to attend tomorrowland 2012. im really excited im only dreading the long flight however does anyone have an idea of when tickets will be on sale for the festival or how much are they ? i

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27. Posted by SEE03 (Budding Member 3 posts) 3y

We have a friend traveling from NY and meeting her there. There are also a few of us (Manchester/Cambridge/London) all looking forward to going to Tomorrowland for the first time.

We are trying to figure out the best options: camping/hotel package/drive/ferry/eurostar/fly - anyone got any thoughts?

If you have gone before; do they do pre-pitched tens or do you have to lugg all your camping stuff, if so how does that work with baggage allowance if you fly?

Has anyone gone via eurostar? If so is there baggage allowance?

It looks amazing as we are all so used to Creamfields (which will shall also be doing) and cant wait to party!

Any feedback would be great!

28. Posted by BrunoOliveira (Budding Member 10 posts) 2y

Hello everyone :)

I joined these boards as a way to meet new travel companions to attend events outside my country. Me, being from Portugal, will definitely have a wonderful time attending Tomorrowland as it seems a great summer festival and set in (what I think to be) a beautiful country.

My problem is that I've talked about the festival with some friends a while back, and now they seem unsure whether they are going or not, so, I'd like to know, if it might be possible to arrange a kind of meet-up with some group that is also going so I'm not alone in there, because I'd really love to go... My English is fair, but, I consider myself an outgoing person and I'd love to make some new friends abroad thanks to the festival. :D
I jumped in because everyone seemed nice, hope I'm not wrong on this one :)

Cheers from Portugal,

Bruno

29. Posted by gepetto411 (Budding Member 4 posts) 2y

I think taxi will be fine to get to the place from airports. @Bruno and others - I'll probably only be attending sunday. but if anyone knows of a good and reasonable place to stay in Brussels please let me know.

30. Posted by BrunoOliveira (Budding Member 10 posts) 2y

@gepetto411 and everyone else,

I know I've read that there's a special transportation(they called it Shuttle) created exclusively for the festival, circulating around train stations, airports and other arrival points and travelling directly to Boom, where the festival is being held. From my understanding of what I read, I believe it's also free... So that'd make it a better alternative to taxi... About a place to stay, well, I was considering to stay at the festival camping zone, as I don't know nothing of the city and no one there, BUT, if, until the date of my departure from here, I can hook up with some other fellow festival travellers, I'd be glad to join a not so large group, to make it an awesome travel/festival experience ;) What does everyone else thinks?

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