Tomorrowland Belgium has sold out for 2015

We warned you it would happen and sure enough, Tomorrowland 2015 has completely sold out. Tickets to the coveted Belgian festival went on sale over the weekend and within the hour, all 180,000 passes to this year’s event were snapped up.

“Friends, the Worldwide Ticket Sale has ended,” Tomorrowland announced on their Facebook yesterday. “All tickets are sold out. Your love for Tomorrowland was once again tremendous. The number of ticket requests was much higher than the amount of tickets available.”

If you missed out on tickets this year, don’t try and buy them through the black market – Tomorrowland have warned that tickets bought through secondary sites will be cancelled. “Reselling tickets is strictly forbidden by Tomorrowland’s General Conditions,” the festival warn on their website. “Those tickets that we establish have been re-sold illegitimately will be blacklisted, rendering them invalid and will not allow you access to the festival.”

Though if you’re really itching to make 2015 your year, you can still buy tickets to Tomorrowland’s first-ever Sí£o Paulo edition, which happens this May 1-3. While general release tickets to Tomorrowland Brazil are long sold out, international traveller tickets have just been made available. We don’t need to tell you to move fast if you want one.

If you managed to secure your spot at the world’s most famous electronic music festival, you’re in for a big one. Tomorrowland have started drip-feeding this year’s line-up, with a cast of dance music’s biggest names – from Sven Vath to Hardwell and Armin van Buuren – already on the bill. Check out the bill as it stands below, and expect many more names to be added in the coming weeks.

Tomorrowland 2015 current line-up

National Orchestra of Belgium

Sven Vath




Armin van Buuren


Robin Schulz

Axwell /\ Ingrosso

Carl Cox


David Guetta

Martin Garrix