Tomorrowland, the renowned dance music festival held annually in Boom, Antwerp province, has opened ticket sales to Belgian customers. The festival, scheduled for the weekends of July

19-21 and July 26-28, offers a total of 200,000 tickets, with half reserved for local attendees. Registration is required in advance, although it does not guarantee a ticket, and sales are expected to be swift. The global sales phase begins on February 3, preceded by pre-sales for international buyers at 17:00 on Saturday.

Earlier, priority tickets were released to individuals residing near the festival site. Notably, the Global Journey packages, which include transportation and accommodation for international visitors, are already sold out. Tomorrowland consistently ranks among the world's top festivals.

The festival recently unveiled more than 100 artists set to perform across its 16 stages. Returning favorites include Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, and Belgian techno stars Amber Broos and Amelie Lens. German collective Keinemusik will make their Tomorrowland debut.

Several other major festivals have also announced their line-ups this week. Cactus Festival in Bruges (July 12-14) will feature local acts such as Het Zesde Metaal, Compact Disk Dummies, and Brihang. Lokerse Feesten (August 2-11) will host British trip-hop stars Massive Attack, while Graspop (June 20-23) will showcase Architects, Mr. Bungle, and Limp Bizkit. Photo by Reelikar, Wikimedia commons.