The international EDM festival, TomorrowWorld, will land at Bouckaert Farm in South Fulton County this fall, and starting Wednesday, April 24, tickets for the three-day event will go on sale worldwide.
Actually, Wednesday’s 11 a.m. on-sale is specifically for the “Global Journey,” which offers concertgoers travel packages from 35 cities including London and Tokyo and U.S. sites such as Los Angeles, New York and Washington D.C.
U.S.-only sales launch at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 27, both for tickets and camping options at DreamVille, the on-site camping space that will accommodate 35,000 people. There is a limit of four tickets per order. Passes range from $127 for daily "regular" access to $847 for the "Full Madness Comfort Pass," which provides three-day access and entrance to the "comfort zones" at the festival. All attendees must be 21 or older by Sept. 25, 2013.
More than 300 artists are expected to be part of the Sept. 27-29 music festival. Some of the first names unveiled are Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, Alesso, Porter Robinson and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. Dutch and Belgian talent including Brennan Heart, Psycho Punkz & Coone are also part of the lineup.
Festival organizers encourage attendees to stick close to the TomorrowWorld Facebook page for daily announcements of additional performers. There will also be a final worldwide ticket sale on May 4.
Pre-registration to purchase tickets to the fest is required at www.tomorrowworld.com.
TomorrowWorld is an expansion of the annual Tomorrowland festival held each summer outside Antwerp, Belgium. Here is some more info about the fest.