For anyone lucky enough to attend Tomorrowland in Belgium or Brazil, or even TomorrowWorld in Georgia, they know how incredible that weekend is. It’s said to be, single-handedly one of the most amazing experiences you’ll ever have, and most will come back feeling changed for life. Believed to be one of the biggest and greatest gatherings of dance music fans across the globe, Tomorrowland is without a doubt a festival on everyones calendar. Known to many as “The Secret Kingdom of Melodia,” Tomorrowland is truly a work of dreams, myths and legends, bringing together larger than life stage productions and some of the biggest names in electronic music.
Back in September, Tomorrowland released a 20 minute aftermovie, that for many was an emotional journey back to Melodia. At the closing of the movie we were promised a full length film to be debuted later this year. Well, the time has finally come and Tomorrowland is releasing the full 77 minute film for free until December 14th. We highly advise you pull this one up on your TV, throw on your best festival outfit and prepare for an epic sequence of music, lights, sounds and and overwhelming community. If after watching you don’t want to pack your bags and head to Never Never Land, then we have failed you.
Now if you’re chomping at the bit to purchase your tickets for 2016 you’re just in luck. Tickets for Tomorrowland – Brasil have already gone on sale, while Tomorrowland – Belgium are expected to be available soon. We for sure have our eyes set on this one and hope to make our way to Europe so we can give you our first hand experience of this fairytale. Flights departing from the Pacific Northwest can range anywhere from $700 or more but it’s near impossible to put a dollar amount on the experience of a life time. As they would say at Tomorrowland: [pullquote align=”right”]”Yesterday is History, Today is a Gift, Tomorrow is Mystery. Enjoy every second!”[/pullquote]
Tomorrowland is certainly not the one and only festival that brings together a sense of loving community, music and stage productions either. There are many festivals that happen here in our back yard, like Shambhala or Bass Coast – just to name a few. Those who have attended any festival like these will tell you how truly amazing they really are. Just this year we had an wonderful time attending Shambhala and even released an after movie, portraying our take on the beautiful weekend. We’d like to hear about your experiences at festivals, and what you felt after you’ve gotten home. Reply to us on Twitter or leave a comment on our Facebook telling us your stories, and what festivals we should attend in 2016.
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