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Thanks to Global Journey, more than 40.000 People of Tomorrow are traveling together to Tomorrowland


Tomorrowland Global Journey

This year's Global Journey, the festival's official travel program, is bringing together more than 40.000 festival-goers from all around the world, making it the biggest international festival undertaking yet. The first travelers taking part in the Discover Europe journey arrived in Europe last week. The extraordinary adventure takes festival-goers to up to five European locations, starting in Amsterdam or Barcelona, and culminating in a weekend of fantasy at Tomorrowland. The individuals of Tomorrow are invited to connect and make friends with individuals from all around the world through a program offering a variety of activities in each location, building memories and lifelong friendships.


In the coming days the schedule is split in the following way:

Discover Belgium: a special travel adventure to discover some of the pearls and specialties of Belgium, taking guests on magical trips to the most beautiful cities of Bruges, Ghent and Brussels. On Thursday, the People of Tomorrow unite at the exclusive Belgian Journey in Antwerp.


Special Tomorrowland Party Flight: on Wednesday, People of Tomorrow in Ibiza are boarding Amare, Tomorrowland’s specially painted aircraft in collaboration with Brussels Airlines, flying all the way to Belgium – magic in the sky guaranteed!


Special Tomorrowland Party Trains: brand-new this summer are the special party trains with live DJ sets coming from Amsterdam and Düsseldorf to Antwerp on Thursday.


Invited Brussels: Global Journey travelers who arrive on Thursday and are staying in a hostel or hotel can go to Invited Brussels. An official Global Journey pre-party at Gare Maritime Food Market in Brussels (once Europe’s largest railway station for goods on the Tour & Taxis site) on Thursday evening, featuring a brand-new stage embedded in the local architecture.

Images Credit: Tomorrowland Press

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