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Tomorrowland Belgium sells out in less than 24 hours

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Tickets for Belgian dance festival Tomorrowland sold out in less than 24 hours.

A pre-sale for Belgian citizens took place at the end of January, with all 200,000 tickets selling out in 27 minutes, according to The Brussels Times. Following this initial sales phase, tickets were placed on general worldwide sale, where all 400,000 sold out.

This year’s edition of Tomorrowland will take place across two weekends – July 19-21 and July 26-28 – in the town of Boom, Belgium.

Tomorrowland also recently announced the full line-up for its 20th anniversary edition, with more than 400 artists performing across 16 stages. The theme of this year’s event is ‘Life’.

The likes of Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, David Guetta and Tiësto are all set to perform, as well as Swedish House Mafia, Amelie Lens and Amber Broos.

This year’s festival will also feature a number of green initiatives, including an overnight European sleeper train that will bring festival-goers from Prague and Berlin to Belgium. The train has been dubbed the ‘Train of Amicorum’. Cycling packages will also be available at the festival.

Elsewhere, Tomorrowland has formed a partnership with 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel for the event’s Global Journey party flights. All plane tickets included in these packages will be Green Fares.