At the festival site 


The minimum age to enter the festival is 18 years old. People born in 2005 will be granted entrance even though they turn 18 after the festival. 
Anybody who turns 18 in 2023, is permitted entrance.

This is a strict policy. Anybody born in 2006 or later, even if accompanied by an adult, will be denied access to the festival.



Tomorrowland puts in a great effort to make the festival accessible to visitors with disabilities. A lot of attention was paid to the accessibility of the festival site and its surroundings:

  • On the display of the blue parking card, a specially reserved parking space is available. (Parking is close to the main entrance). More detailed information on the exact location of this parking will be available closer to the festival.
  • At the main entrance, there is an elevator reserved for visitors with disabilities. Two people can accompany them through this entrance (if they have a registered Tomorrowland Bracelet)
  • Guidance dogs are allowed on the festival grounds. They must be easily recognizable.
  • Adapted toilets are situated in locations all over the festival site and at DreamVille.
  • Wooden floors and other pavements guarantee accessibility on the festival grounds.
  • There is a specially provided camping space at DreamVille. Please let us know at least 1 month in advance if you would like to use it.

If you have a disability and still have questions, you can send an email to



Access to the festival grounds can be denied by the organization.
Clothes and/or other (visible) physical appearances which express an explicit political, social movement or group, are not allowed on the festival site.



You can store your belongings in the lockers at Tomorrowland & DreamVille.

You can buy your locker voucher in advance through the Add-On Sale. More information will be available at a later stage.

  • You can store your valuable belongings & clothing, without having to worry about loss or theft. We ask for a small contribution for renting the locker during the weekend/day. 
  • During the opening hours, lockers are continuously under surveillance. The lockers are always accessible for the people renting one.
  • There are different sizes of lockers available. You can choose the size that suits your needs. All details and sizes will be available on the Tomorrowland website closer to the festival.



Use of the toilets is free of charge at both Tomorrowland and DreamVille. There are wooden floors in the toilets area, which are cleaned regularly.
There are special Fresh Points at the festival site that allow you to freshen up.

It is strictly prohibited to urinate in public. When caught urinating in public you will be removed from the festival grounds.


Payment Methods

Tomorrowland and DreamVille are Cashless. As soon as your Tomorrowland Bracelets arrive at home, you can top up your Bracelet with 'Pearls', the official currency of Tomorrowland. 
This means your Bracelet will not only grant you access to Tomorrowland and/or DreamVille, it will also be your only payment method for food and drinks.

More information about the Tomorrowland Bracelets and Cashless payments will be available at a later stage. Bracelets will be shipped by the beginning of July.


First Aid

During the opening hours of the festival a first aid team of Vlaams Kruis (Flemish Cross) and a doctor will be permanently present at Tomorrowland and DreamVille. You can recognize the first aid team by their yellow flag with a black cross.

If you need to bring medication to the festival, please make sure you carry a doctor’s certificate with you to show at the entrance. 


Fashion & Merchandise

Fashion for the People of Tomorrow. Discover the official TML Store collection, available at:

Enjoy the magic of Tomorrowland, all year round.



Photo devices/cameras
Digital photo cameras and/or video cameras are allowed on the grounds except for (semi-)professional equipment. Tomorrowland would like you to make as many pictures and movies as possible and put loads onto your social media accounts!

Photo- and film recording
During the festival, there will be photo and video recordings. By entering the festival grounds, all visitors are aware of this and give their consent to the organization to use and broadcast this footage.



You can purchase earplugs from Loop at their stand at the festival site. The Loop staff will help you choose the type of earplugs that suits you best.

Free earplugs are available at the Info Point and First Aid.

Charging your Mobile Phone

It’s possible to charge your phone at both Tomorrowland and DreamVille at one of the Charge your Phone stations. This service is not for free.  
Charge your phone so you can reach your friends and share your experience on social media. 



Every year, the organization puts in great effort and manpower to turn Tomorrowland and DreamVille into a magical world. We expect every visitor to show proper respect! Tearing, breaking or any other form of destruction to the decoration will result in removal from the festival. Access will be denied for the duration of the festival. The organization reserves the right to file a criminal complaint. 



It is prohibited to distribute flyers or hang posters on or around the festival site and Dreamville. If you wish to promote your event, you can place an advertisement in the Tomorrowland newspaper, which is distributed to the visitors when leaving the festival.
For more info, please contact



Safety is the highest priority for the organization of Tomorrowland. Therefore, the organization co-operates with the police. They are, in partnership with the Local Police Zone Rupel, responsible for the safety of the visitors, crew, and neighbors. During Tomorrowland, the Police Rupel (@Politie_Rupel) will tweet on a regular basis about what happens on the festival site to keep everyone up-to-date.

More info:

Address: J. Van Cleemputplein 5, 2850 Boom
Twitter: politie_rupel
Facebook: Lokale PolitieZone Rupel



Belgian festivals Core Festival, Extrema Outdoor, Festival Dranouter, Graspop Metal Meeting, Paradise City, Pukkelpop, Rock Werchter and Tomorrowland welcome all festivalgoers and relaunch the WE CARE A LOT campaign.

Festivals. They’re all about music and fun, meeting people, dancing, singing and  letting it all hang out. Just having a good time together. Festivals are a chance for people to bond. There’s a strong sense of unity which can give rise to a unique, tight-knit community. That’s why it’s so important that every visitor, every employee, and anyone else involved feels safe and can enjoy the festival under the best possible conditions.

Our festivals are a place where everyone should feel safe, welcome and comfortable. A place where no one should experience discrimination, criticism or harassment. Everyone should be able to be themselves, and all are welcome, regardless of sex, gender, orientation, culture, religion, ethnicity or disability.                    

We raise awareness and educate. About alcohol and drugs, sexuality, mental well-being and health. Say no to drugs, yes to safe sex, drink plenty of water, choose public transport, put on that sunscreen. If things do go wrong, our employees and emergency services are available. Always, no matter what.

The law is respected at the festivals. We expect responsible behaviour from our festivalgoers, employees and artists. 'We Care A Lot' is a about acting together, with a shared sense of responsibility. Take care of yourself and your friends. Be your best self. We are committed to making our festivals healthy and safe events.

Our employees are trained, they stay alert to any problems and react appropriately as needed. We have specialists in various fields on hand and festival-goers can speak to a confidential adviser if they wish.

Feel good at our festivals. Be yourself. We care a lot.

It is not allowed to enter the festival grounds with the following objects: animals (except guide-dogs), own food and drinks, spray cans, drugs (except medication upon presentation of a doctor's note), glass, cans, plastic bottles, weapons, football club flags, sticks, walking sticks (excluding medical crutches and devices), banners, items with discriminating and/or provocative texts and/or expressions, blunt, stab or thrust weapons or firearms or other items that might be used as a weapon, items that might have a negative effect on the safety, health or wellbeing of the festival-goers, sprays, fireworks, liquids, torches and any other item which may be considered as dangerous by the organization.

Directions and instructions of the (security) personnel should be followed immediately. In case of suspicion or actual possession of illegal or dangerous weapons, security is authorized to stop you.



Tomorrowland and DreamVille conduct an absolute zero-tolerance policy regarding drugs.

It is forbidden to use, deal, and/or to be in possession of drugs on both the festival grounds and camping site. If you are caught using and/or dealing in drugs or if you are found in possession of drugs, you will be removed from the festival ground and/or campsite. We will be keen to ensure that everyone adheres to this rule. Relevant incidents will be transferred to the Police.   

Before entering the festival grounds and/or campsite it will be possible for you to dispose of any drugs you may have in special drug amnesty bins, without any further consequences.