Road to Tomorrowland All you want to know about Tomorrowland 2020
All you want to know about Tomorrowland 2020

FAQ Tomorrowland

From Brussels National Airport (Zaventem):

This is the main international airport where all the normal and long-haul companies go.  It is nearby Tomorrowland (30/40 minutes by car).

Tomorrowland official bus

Tomorrowland is organising bus transport from the airport.  You have to buy a voucher on the Tomorrowland website.  The vouchers are usually available around May/June.

This is an easy and fast solution.  It is more expensive than public transport but much more convenient.  It is a good option if you travel alone.

Uber

You can take an Uber from the airport directly to Tomorrowland.

It is interesting if you are a group of people.  This is the fastest way and can be cheaper than the Tomorrowland bus if you are not alone.  It should cost between 50 and 60€ (on way), based on the traffic.

Usually the Uber will wait for you at the parking P1 of the airport, and you have to check on the application on which floor.

If you don’t have yet an Uber account, you should register and use the invite code di4lc in order to get a discount on your first ride.

Be carefull for the way back, Uber is not available in the Tomorrowland area.

Train

There is a train station at the airport and you will have to go to the train station of Boom. Normally the best way is to first take a train to Antwerp (Anvers in French / Antwerpen in Dutch) and then another train to Boom train station.  There you must take a public bus from the public company De Lijn (included in the price of the train).  For the festival, the national railway company has extra night trains and make a special offer at 11€ roundtrip from any train station. But be carefull that if you take the train from/to this airport, you will have to pay a special tax on top of your ticket, called Diabolo.

You can find all the details about the special deal and the train schedules on the website of the railway company:

Taxi

You can also of course go by taxi, which will be maybe the easiest but also the much more expensive way to go (probably between 80 and 90€).  You should ask the price before getting in the taxi to avoid bad surprises.

Private transfer

If you are a group of people and want to organise a private transfer by car from the airport to the festival, you can contact me via the contact form of this website and I can organise that for you.  Like that you don’t have to bother to get to Tomorrowland ;).

From Brussels South Charleroi airport

This is the low-cost airport situated 1 hour away from Brussels, so 1h40 away from Tomorrowland.

Tomorrowland official bus

Tomorrowland is organising bus transport from the airport.  You have to buy a voucher on the Tomorrowland website.  The vouchers are usually available around May/June.

This is an easy and fast solution. It is more expensive than public transport but much more convenient.

Uber

Unfortunately, there is no Uber available in Charleroi

Train

Unfortunately, there is no train station at the airport.  You will first have to take a bus to Charleroi Sud train station.  From there, a train to Antwerp and then to Boom. And finally you must take a public bus from the public company De Lijn (included in the price of the train).  For the festival, the national railway company has extra night trains and make a special offer at 11€ roundtrip.

You can find all the details about the special deal and the train schedules on the website of the railway company:

Taxi

You can take a taxi but I’m afraid it will cost you a lot, most likely more than at least 100€.

Private transfer

If you are a group of people and want to organise a private transfer by car from the airport to the festival, you can contact me via the contact form of this website and I can organise that for you.  Like that you don’t have to bother to get to Tomorrowland ;).

There are many shops in Belgium where you can buy camping gear.  Here are the 2 main stores with all the equipment’s you need.

Decathlon

This is a big store offering all kind of sports equipment’s, from many well-known brands but also from their own more affordable brand.  You can find there many options for tents at a good price.

The good news is that there are some in Brussels (for instance in the city center or the big one in Evere) and one in Antwerp.

AS Adventure

This is a more specialised store on outdoor activities with good quality products but more expensive.

There are some stores in Brussels and in Antwerp.

Other options

You could also buy your tent online and make it delivered to the place you will stay in Belgium.

If you will pass by Brussels and you don’t know yet where to stay or it is not possible to make it delivered there, you can use the contact form of the site and maybe I can arrange a pickup/delivery option for you.

 

Give it away

If you don’t want to bring your tent back home and you don’t need it anymore, you can probably pack it properly and leave it a Tomorrowland.  Obviously, don’t let it there just like that or in the trash…

Another option could be to give it to charity in case you go back to a big city.  For instance in Brussels, you can bring it to Les Petits Riens (it’s in French/Dutch but use the contact form if you want to get more details about it).

Store it for next year

If you plan to come back to Tomorrowland next year and will only use your tent again at that time, you can use the contact form of this website and I could arrange a long term storage for you.

If you don’t want to stay in Dreamville, the best would be to find an accommodation really nearby the festival in one of the villages around.  The best village would be Boom, because it is walking distance from the festival.

As there are villages, there is no big hotels there.  But during the period of the festival, many inhabitants rent their homes or apartments.  You can find them easily on platform like Airbnb.  If you register for the first time on the site, you will get a 30€ discount using the link.

If you prefer to stay in a big city, I recommend you to stay in Antwerp which is the closest to Tomorrowland, or in Brussels which is a bit further. In both citties you will find many bars and clubs to do after parties on Friday and Saturday.  You can easily find all types of accommodations, like hostels or hotels but also Airbnb.

If you want to book your hotel in advance, I recommend to use Booking.  If you use the link, you should get a 15€ discount on your booking.

If you are more the kind of last minute person, you can often find good deals on Hotel Tonight.  If you use it for the first time using the link, you could get up to 45€ discount on your booking.

In Belgium, one of the cheapest grocery shops with brand’s product is called Colruyt.  Those shops are not fancy or well decorated but you have everything at a good price. And the good thing is that there is one really nearby Tomorrowland

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Otherwise, you can look for shops called Carrefour and Delhaize.  Those are the 2 main retail players and are more similar to Wallmart.  There are of course also many other options, that should be easy to find on internet 🙂

You can find some information about it on the Tomorrowland website.  The regular pass grants you access to the festival normal area only.  The comfort pass will also give you access to VIP decks on different stages, especially the one overlooking the main stage and the one of Garden of Harmony with a swimming pool.

Tomorrowland always uses the Belgian National Post to deliver the bracelets worldwide.  So you can track your bracelets online on this website.  Usually you can start to look at it in May or in June at the latest.  Use your order number as tracking number.