TomorrowWorld U.S. presale sells out within two hours

Tickets sold out in less than two hours this morning for U.S. residents planning to attend the inaugural TomorrowWorld festival, set for Sept 27-29, 2013.

Tickets representing half of the total festival capacity were put up for sale today and went exclusively to American fans.

Remaining tickets will go back on sale to a worldwide audience on Sat., May 4 at 10 a.m. CDT. As with the U.S. sale, buyers must preregister to be eligible to purchase tickets.

A final allotment of “Global Journey” travel packages are also still available. Packages include choice of flight, camping or hotel rooms and regular or comfort tickets to the festival itself, as well as all necessary transfers.

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.

TomorrowWorld is the first global expansion of Belgium’s wildly popular Tomorrowland, which will takeover Chattahoochee Hills in Fairburn, Ga. The site was also host to CounterPoint Music Festival’s debut in 2012.

Musical talent for the 2013 event has been announced incrementally over the past few weeks. The impressive list currently includes headliners Tiësto, Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, Alesso, Porter Robinson, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, A-Trak, Jamie Jones, Ferry Corsten, Hardwell, and more. (Follow lineup updates here.)

Stage and arena designs and production are expected to be as equally impressive as those found at Tomorrowland.

TomorrowWorld is produced by Dutch-based ID&T, creators of a line of popular dance music events including Thunderdome, Sensation and Mysteryland. Sensation made its U.S. debut at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last October.


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Kent is founder and editor-in-chief. He's always had a love and passion for music of all types, but didn't discover the music festival scene and community until moving to Southern California during his early post-college years. He returned to his roots in the Midwest in 2011 and has since been determined to share the magic and beauty of the music scene with as many as possible. Email