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From the team behind Tomorrowland comes the sister festival TomorrowWorld, a dance festival set to travel abroad this September from the 26th to the 28th.

The festival is held in the Chattahoochee Hills, near Atlanta, Georgia.


It has been suggested that the death of two young people at New York's Electric Zoo Festival made organisers change the minimum age to 21.

There are some interesting rumours that the organisers will be bringing it a version of the festival to South Africa, near Cape Town, in 2015. It's speculated that it will also be called TomorrowWorld, just like the American version of the festival. Fingers crossed!


The 2014 head-liners include Avicii, Bassnectar, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Diplo, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Richie Hawtin, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Zedd.


TomorrowWorld aims to create a charming, fantasy world where all-comers our welcomed with open arms. Revellers are encouraged to embrace their surroundings, befriend one another and lose themselves in the enchantment of the site.

Aside from the fabricated beauty, TomorrowWorld is surrounded by the splendour of expansive forests and stunning lakes, festival-goers should approach it as one magical party that’s all the more enjoyable when sharing with friends and strangers alike.

Stages and other entertainment

TomorrowWorld 2014 will feature music across eight magical, expansive and highly-imaginatively designed stages.

Each stage will place host to a different style of dance music ranging from Hardstyle to Trance via Dub-Step and Techno and will be individually and extravagantly decorated. 2013 saw mechanical spiders shoot fire and a magical bookshelf stage (complete with animatronic elves), while the sister festival TomorrowLand has wowed revellers with mountain-scapes, waterfalls and plenty of laser-action.

TomorrowWorld is unrivalled in terms of production values: prepare to get your mind blown.


Like Tomorrowland, there are various different levels of tickets that can be purchased.

The Full Madness pass gives you access to the festival on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and costs $357.

For another $50 ($407) It is possible to purchase the Full Madness + Dreamville Pass which gives you access to the festival on the three days, plus the Dreamville camping grounds and 'The Gathering' pre-party on Thursday.

Tickets can be purchased here.

It is possible to buy tickets for individual days for $137.

VIP Comfort Pass

VIP Comfort passes give those holding it access to special areas, as well as raised platforms near the stages with a better view, hors d'ouvres, speedy access and parking.

The Full Madness Comfort Pass costs $847, while the Full Madness + DreamVille Pass costs $907 and includes camping.

Age Restriction

TomorrowWorld is restricted to 21 years and above. You must be 21 or older on the date of the festival.

Disability Access

TomorrowWorld have promised to put a lot of effort into making the event accessible for all, with designated camping and viewing platforms. Guide dogs are permitted and there will be adapted toilets in specific locations. The festival entrances will have intro-assistants present who will be contactable via the information booth throughout the event.

Any questions can be emailed to ada [at] tomorrowworld [dot] com.


In September, the weather in Atlanta fluctuates between lows of 15 and highs of 25 degrees Celsius.


The 2014 version of the festival will take place at Chattahoochee Hills, Atlanta, Georgia.

Local Information

If you are staying in the area, it is recommended that tourists check out the following:

  • The Blue-Eyed Daisy Bake Shop
  • The Serenbe Community Shopping District
  • Smith's Store - Oldest Retail Establishment in Chattahoochee Hills


Shuttle buses will be running from Atlanta airport and downtown Atlanta. Tickets for the shuttle are priced from $40 return and need to be purchased in advance. Tickets can be purchased here.

For those driving the county can be found on US Highways 27 and 280, and State routes 1, 26, 355 and 530 and there will be various (yet to be announced) drop off points around the site. There will be limited parking available for those staying at DreamVille with weekend passes costing $50.

If you have purchased a Global Journey package transfers from the airport and shuttle buses to the site will already be included.


There are various hotels in the area that can be booked through the official site here, prices vary between $130 and $190 a night.

For those travelling from abroad TomorrowWorld offers a Global Journey package which, as part of the price, includes hotel accommodation.


Similar to TomorrowLand (TomorrowWorld’s sister festival) the camping grounds will be known as DreamVille. DreamVille will host a pre-festival on the Thursday night, includes a marketplace as well as places to purchase food and drink.

TomorrowWorld offers festival-goers a variety of additional camping packages:

Easy Tent (2/4 persons $550/$600) – includes festival and DreamVille tickets, pre-pitched Tomorrowland-branded tent, inflatable mattress, night light and sleeping bags.

Dream Lodges (from 2/4 persons $2,899/$5499) - includes festival and DreamVille tickets, luxury tent with full-sized mattress, private lockers, electricity, storage and a terrace complete with chairs and a table.

Manors (sleeps 12, prices available on request) – includes a private hotel suite, champagne on arrival, private bathroom/shower, a terrace with a lounge and stocked bar, outdoor furniture and a Jacuzzi.

DreamVille ticket holders are also allowed to bring their own tents to camp in. The camping opens on Thursday, September 25th at 10:00AM, and it closes on Monday, the 29th at 14:00PM.

Site Information

The site is huge, spread across some 8000-acres of forest among the Chattahoochee Hills. The main stage is abound a 30 minute walk from the DreamVille camping are. The parking is 2.5 miles away from the camping, so comfortable walking shoes are advised.

Food and drink

TomorrowWorld operates a token system for buying refreshments on site, no cash will be accepted for the purchase of food and drink. Food or drink purchased from outside TomorrowWorld will not be permitted to the event. However, outside food may be brought in to DreamVille.

For $75 festival-goers can pre-purchase a BoozeBag, which will be ready to collect at the DreamVille and TomorrowWorld entrances. The custom made purse contains 35 tokens which can be redeemed to purchase food and drink on site. 2014 prices have not been announced but last year food was priced between four and six tokens, alcohol between three and five and bottles of water at two.

There is a variety of food and drink available at DreamVille, ranging from BBQs to crepes and bakeries to hamburgers; there will also be a selection of craft beers and non-alcoholic options including a smoothie shop.


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Drugs and security

TomorrowWorld has a zero-tolerance policy towards drugs and searches will be taking place. 2013 saw a dog unit at the entrance as well as uniformed and undercover police officers.

Security teams will be performing body-searches upon entry to DreamVille and TomorrowWorld.

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EDM fans will recognise the venue as it was used for other EDM festivals such as CounterPoint and Echo Festival.

The 2013 Tomorrowland festival official anthem was named after the TomorrowWorld site, Chattahoochee.

Past lineups

The 2013 line-up included Armin Van Buuren, Benny Benassi, Axwell, Calvin Harris, Fedde Le Grand, Laidback Luke, Crookers, R3hab, Dimitiri Vegas and Like Mike, and David Guetta, the full lineup can be found here

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