With just about six months until the festival, Tomorrowland has finally put up a website. Up to this point, they were using Facebook as their main point of information, and while it’s completely astounding how many likes they have (800,000+), fan pages are still a poorÂ substituteÂ for an old fashioned website. Normally, it’s not a big deal to wait this long for a site, but interest for this fest has already reached a fever pitch — Tomorrowland was the #1 most popular festival last month for searches on MFJ beating out stalwarts like Coachella, Sasquatch, and Bonnaroo. It also marked the first time that a European fest topped the MFJ 50.
TheÂ BelgiumÂ electronic dance festival takes place July 26-30th, 2012 in Boom, Belgium. Tickets will go on sale April 7th for around 172
â‚¬ for a three-day pass . For all of you that had questions about the camping, the new website has a dedicated area just for this calledÂ Dreamville. And for those curious about packages, scroll down to the bottom of the ticket page to find some some all inclusive deals that include flights, transfers, camping, and tickets.