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Posted: 8th September 2014 10:25

At the 10th anniversary edition of Tomorrowland this past July in Belgium, French super star-DJ David Guetta announced that in 2015, Tomorrowland would take place in Brazil for the very first time. During the announcement, over 15,000 Brazilians watched the live stream from Belgium in Candido Portinari Park (Villa-Lobos Park) in São Paulo, so the news of the first Brazilian edition of Tomorrowland spread like wildfire to every corner of this beautiful country and abroad.

That Brazilians in particular were wildly enthusiastic was made abundantly clear not only on social media, but also in the massive number of pre-registrations for tickets. Ticket sales for the festival opened today, and barely a few hours later, all 180,000 tickets were sold out. Never before in the history of Brazilian festivals, an event sold out this fast.

Tomorrowland is one of the most internationally diverse events in the world, with visitors from over 214 nations all over the globe (more than the Olympics). Last year the first highly successful edition outside Belgium was organized in Chattahoochee Hill, outside Atlanta, GA. Itu (a city in the state of São Paulo) will be the next step in the amazing journey of the world’s most popular festival. On May 1, 2, and 3 of 2015 Brazil will experience Tomorrowland to the fullest; the most beautiful stages, the world’s biggest electronic artists, an amazing venue with a huge natural amphitheater for the iconic mainstage, the highest quality food & services, and people from all over the world gathering together for one of the most beautiful weekends of the year.

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