Tomorrowland E-train ticket:

  • valid for a return journey by train in 2nd class
  • in the period of Thursday 18/07/2019 until Monday 22/07/2019 included
  • from any station in Belgium to BOOM station
  • available as from 01/07/2019 on sncb.be/tomorrowland
  • print out your E-train ticket or save the PDF to your smartphone
You can read all the information on the Tomorrowland E-train ticket further down this page.

Choose your Tomorrowland E-train ticket

Tomorrowland E-train ticket weekend
Travel to the festival on Thursday 18 July and return on Monday 22 July after a complete weekend of madness.
De Lijn shuttle busses will take you to the DreamVille campsite and back for free.
Tomorrowland E-train ticket Friday-Saturday
Travel to the festival on Friday 19 July and return on Saturday 20 July.
Tomorrowland E-train ticket Saturday-Sunday
Travel to the festival on Saturday 20 July and return on Sunday 21 July.
Tomorrowland E-train ticket Sunday-Monday
Travel to the festival on Sunday 21 July and return on Monday 22 July.

All about your journey to Tomorrowland

During the festival weekend, we’ll foresee extra places on the trains to Boom station and from Boom station for the homeward journey on Monday.

On each festival day after midnight there will be 3 extra night trains running to Antwerpen-Centraal station. From Antwerpen-Centraal there are no extra trains, but you can take the first regular train to your final destination. These extra night trains are accessible with an E-train ticket Tomorrowland and with all other valid SNCB transport tickets.

You can find all trains as from July in our route planner (on the left of this page) and in the SNCB app.
  • Are you staying at DreamVille?
    Buy your return Tomorrowland E-train ticket and choose the dates of your outward and homeward journey depending on your stay at the campsite.
    For instance, outward journey on Thursday 18/07 and homeward journey on Monday 22/07.

  • Will you spend the night elsewhere and travel to Tomorrowland each day?
    Then you should purchase a return E-train ticket for each travel day.
    For instance, you are staying in Antwerp and going to Tomorrowland on Friday 19/07 and Saturday 20/07. Then you should buy two return E-train tickets:
    • outward journey on Friday 19/07 and homeward journey by night train (select 20/07 as homeward journey date)
    • outward journey on Saturday 20/07 and homeward journey by night train (select 21/07 as homeward journey date).


  • Are you going to Tomorrowland for one day?
    Buy your return Tomorrowland E-train ticket and choose the dates of your outward and homeward journey depending on your day at the festival.
    For instance, you are going to Tomorrowland on Saturday 20 July: outward journey on Saturday 20/07 and homeward journey by night train (select 21/07 as homeward journey date).
On Thursday and Friday, De Lijn shuttle buses will take you from Boom station to the DreamVille campsite for free. On Monday, they’ll take you back from the campsite to the station.
You can purchase the Tomorrowland E-train ticket on this page, as from 01/07/2019. You can print the E-train ticket or save the PDF to your smartphone.
Yes, when you buy a Tomorrowland E-train ticket with Brussels Airport - Zaventem as departure station, the Diabolo fee will automatically be added to the price of your E-train ticket Tomorrowland.
You can buy a Tomorrowland E-train ticket in the following cases:
  • in conjunction with an international journey by Thalys or Eurostar: Tomorrowland E-train ticket with Antwerpen-Centraal or Bruxelles-Midi as departure station.
  • if you land at Brussels Airport: Tomorrowland E-train ticket with Brussels Airport - Zaventem as departure station. The Diabolo Fee will automatically be added to the price of your E-train ticket.
  • if you land at Brussels South Charleroi Airport: Tomorrowland E-train ticket with Charleroi-Sud as departure station. You need a Bus ticket to and from Charleroi-Sud station.
  • in combination with an international (return) transport ticket that is valid on the foreign railway network until the first Belgian station. When purchasing your Tomorrowland E-train ticket, enter one of the following first Belgian stations as departure station:
    • coming from The Netherlands: Essen (via Roosendaal), Noorderkempen (via Breda) or Visé (via Maastricht – Eijsden)
    • coming from Germany: Hergenrath
    • coming from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg: Arlon, Athus or Gouvy
    • coming from France: Mouscron, Froyennes, Quiévrain, Quévy or Erquelinnes
During the festival weekend there will be additional ticket controls on the trains to and from Boom. At the stations of Antwerpen-Centraal and Boom, access controls are organised for the extra night trains and for the homeward journey on Monday.

Both for the control on the train and for the access control, aside from your Tomorrowland E-train ticket (or other valid SNCB transport ticket) you must also show your (photo) ID.

E-train tickets are always issued by name, so they cannot be passed on or sold.
E-train tickets cannot be exchanged, cancelled or refunded.