ID&T’s Tomorrowland 2013 has sold out in record time in what promises to be another impressive year for the almost unfathomably massive Belgium music festival. The queue for online ticket sales was opened on time and filled up almost immediately, instantly disappointing thousands of unlucky punters and leaving those lucky enough to get a place in line waiting for up to an hour to purchase their tickets.
Last year the 3-day event attracted over 180,000 fans who flocked to see the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Carl Cox and Above & Beyond. This year’s headliners include Steve Aoki, Marco Carola and Alesso along with Knife Party, Tiesto, Avicii and Armin van Buuren plus many more with Tomorrowland promising more big news to be announced soon.
Last month ID&T co-founders and brothers Manu and Michiel Beers stated their intention to tour Tomorrowland to other countries including Australia.
“It’s our ambition to organize a Tomorrowland on every continent. We have received requests for versions of Tomorrowland from all over the world… From rich Russians and Indians, to promoters in Australia, the US and South America. We will do it, but on our conditions, and only in places where we feel comfortable,” explained the Beers brothers.
Until then, Australian fans without a ticket will have to wait and see if Tomorrowland will again stream select sets from the event as they did last year.