TomorrowWorld will be returning to its home in the luscious hills of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia on September 26-28. Located just 25 miles southwest of Atlanta, the grounds were once home to Counterpoint Music Festival in 2012 before they were acquired by ID&T events to host one of the world’s largest Electronic Music Festivals (TomorrowWorld). The grounds were upgraded before the festival by a restructuring into a natural amphitheater in order to better distribute the sound throughout the crowd. The festival is known for their massive main stages designs that are built on a hill that provides an amazing experience to the entire crowd.

TomorrowWorld is one of three extremely successful European festivals by ID&T to make the trip across the pond to the USA. Sensation (White) was first in 2012, TomorrowWorld in 2013, and MysteryLand in New York this year, all three events are 21+ in order to maintain a more mature crowd. Their festivals have all received great reviews while TomorrowWorld was nominated as for the best music event in the world at the International Dance Music Awards, but was defeated by its Belgian counterpart (TomorrowLand). It’s got to be the women 🙂

The 2014 festival will feature many of the powerhouse headliners from Counterpoint including Bassnectar, Avicii, Skrillex, A-trak, Laidback Luke, Zeds Dead, Mimosa, while bringing DJs Tiesto, David Guetta, Nicky Romero, Steve Aoki, & more back from last year’s festival.

The Festival features a campground named Dreamville that hosted nearly 30,000 international travelers last year. They give attendees the option between bringing all their own camping equipment or renting a setup 2 person tent and air mattress saving time & space for people flying to the event. Non-campers can rent a hotel and leave after the event ends each night through deals from the event titled, Global Journeys. This year they have added their own fleet of luxury charter busses reserved for the event that will be leaving from most major cities and travel directly to Dreamville on Thursday night. It is important to note that all vehicles will be required to have their own parking passes for the weekend, many festivals have car camping options but in order to preserve the integrity of the land cars will not be allowed into Dreamville.

3 day event passes are $350, while Dreamville camping tickets are priced at $430 with fees, payable at once or in two monthly payments of $230 through a layaway plan available at checkout on the official website.

Words: Rashid Lebs

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