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Tomorrowland is an outdoor dancing event (festival) organized every year in the Flemish town of Boom since 2005. Famous DJ's that have been performing during the festival, held late July, are Fedde le Grande, Ferry Corsten, Armin van Buuren, DJ Tiƫsto, Carl Cox, Swedish House Maffia, Afrojack, Faithless and David Guetta. The festival is organized by ID&T, the same company behind the succes of the Dutch Mysteryland since 1993. There are different music styles with jump, groove, club and hardstyle being the most important ones. There are both campingfestivals as well as the main festival. If you stay on the camping grounds, you can also go to the campingfestival. Tomorrowland finishes with huge fireworks. The festival is gaining in popularity every year and starting with just one day in 2005, it extended into two days from 2007 and three days from 2011 onwards.



Getting There

By Plane

Brussels is the nearest city with good international connections by air. Brussels Airport (BRU) is the primary international airport. It is located in the small town of Zaventem, near Brussels. It deals primarily with flights from and to European cities, although a number of African and Middle Eastern cities are serviced and Jet Airways provides flights from India and the USA.
The second major airport is Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL), which is used primarily for Ryanair flights.

Otherwise, airports with many international destinations can be found in Paris or Amsterdam, while Eindhoven has quite a few budget flights within Europe.

By Train

Trains connect Boom with Brussel and Antwerp.

By Bus

Regular buses travel to/from Antwerp.




There is camping available at the festival itself. Otherwise, there are many campgrounds or other forms of accommodation in Boom and certainly in nearby towns and cities. Distances are small.



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