TomorrowWorld, the sister event of Belgium’s wildly popular Tomorrowland, tonight officially announced the festival will take place at Chattahoochee Hills (Bouckaert Farm) in Fairburn, Ga., this Sept. 27-29, 2013.
The festival site in Fairburn, Ga. is 15 miles west of Atlanta’s international airport.
The Tomorrowland brand expansion and expected dates for TomorrowWorld were announced last month by producers ID&T but the location was not revealed until now, though numerous leaks have surfaced since the original announcement that pointed to the same location.
Tickets go on sale for U.S. residents on April 27 at 10 a.m. CDT and for the rest of the world on May 4. You must pre-register by May 2 in order to be able to purchase a ticket.
General admission “Full Madness” passes start at $347 for the weekend ($397 with “DreamVille” camping) or $127 per day. VIP “Comfort Passes” start at $867 for the weekend ($927 with camping) or $297 per day. A number of travel packages and additional amenities are available.
Unlike most U.S. festivals, TomorrowWorld is a 21+ only event.
TomorrowWorld will utilize the same physical grounds as CounterPoint Music Festival, which held its innaugural festival on the same weekend last year.
The fate of CounterPoint unknown, though festival organizers MCP Presents have previously assured fans that “Atlanta is, and always will be, the home of CounterPoint.”