While tickets will officially go on sale to the public on Sat., Feb. 22, attendees should pre-register online before that date to have the most convenient purchasing experience. Registration does not reserve or guarantee tickets.
Fans who attended the inaugural 2013 TomorrowWorld will get exclusive access to an early on-sale (Feb. 17-21) and other perks as part of the “Pioneer” program.
Pioneers will not have to pre-register for 2014 tickets but will instead receive access to the presale via the email addresses used to purchase 2013 tickets.
TomorrowWorld’s first visitors will also enjoy reduced pricing on all ticket types, free shipping within the U.S., and the ability to purchase up to eight tickets per order instead of the typical four-ticket limit.
Payment plans will be available for all ticket types this year, splitting the cost into five installments.
The inaugural TomorrowWorld, held Sept. 27-29, 2013, featured nearly 300 DJs and attracted over 46,000 attendees daily. The festival is held on an 8,000-acre farm near Fairburn, Ga., about an hour outside Atlanta.
TomorrowWorld is produced by ID&T, part of the SFX Entertainment family of brands. In addition to producing TomorrowWorld, their flagship Tomorrowland festival in Belgium will expand to two weekends this year.