RULES & REGULATIONS
It is not allowed to enter the festival ground with the following objects: animals (except guide-dogs), own food and drinks, spray cans, drugs (except accompanied by a doctor's note), glass, cans, plastic bottles, weapons, football club flags, sticks, walking sticks (medical crutches and devices excepted), 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 organisation.
Every year, the organization invests a great deal of effort and manpower to turn Tomorrowland and DreamVille into a magical world. Every visitor needs to show proper respect! Tearing, breaking or any other form of destruction to the decoration will result in the removal from the festival. Access will be denied for the entire time of the festival. The organization reserves the right to file a criminal complaint.
We Unite & We Care!
At Tomorrowland & DreamVille we celebrate life. We unite hearts from all over the world. One world, one heart. Because we know the heart is the most powerful energy source in the world, we are able to create the power to make this world a better place. More love more happiness.
We are the People of tomorrow, we believe in a sustainable future. That’s why we care for people & planet.
Keep The Holy Grounds Clean!
Every year, Tomorrowland invests a lot of effort in keeping the Holy Grounds clean. This contributes to the total Tomorrowland experience. And you can help. The unique Flowerbins on the festival grounds and the Recycle points on DreamVille will help you to Recycle your waste and materials. Please respect Mother Nature, decorations and all accommodations.
Don’t waste tomorrow, Love Tomorrow.
Tomorrowland and DreamVille conduct an absolute zero tolerance policy in regard to 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 drugs or if you are found in possession of drugs, you will be forced to leave the festival ground and/or campsite. We will keep a keen eye out to make sure that everyone adheres to this rule.
This policy is rigorously enforced and in relevant cases means handing over 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.
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.
It is prohibited to distribute flyers or hang posters during the festival! No flyers in the streets, on the camping site or on the festival grounds. If you wish to promote one of your events, we offer the possibility to place an advertisement in the Tomorrowland newspaper, which is distributed amongst the visitors when leaving the festival.
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the General Rules & Conditions of Tomorrowland.
These are very important for you to be aware of what is allowed or not and to be informed about the conditions concerning the ticket sale. Advice: Please make sure you read this before buying a ticket. During the ticket sale you are obliged to accept the General Rules and Conditions of Tomorrowland.
Safety is one of the most important priorities of Tomorrowland. Therefore, the organization co-operates with the Belgian Federal Police. They will be, in partnership with the Local Police Zone Rupel, responsible for the safety of both visitors and local inhabitants. During Tomorrowland, the Federal Police (@BelPoliceEvent) and Police Rupel (@Politie_Rupel) will tweet on a regular basis about what happens on the festival site to keep everyone up-to-date.
Address: Boomsesteenweg 180, 2610 Wilrijk
Facebook: Belgian Federal Police