Tomorrowland Gets 10-Year Commitment from Brazil, Promises Site Improvements

Just off the heels of the official announcement on the return of Tomorrowland Brazil, organizers announce they will stay at their South America home with a 10-year commitment. They plan to add some much needed improvements to their grounds, with changes expected to take place during the 2024 edition.

According to a recent press conference in São Paulo, Tomorrowland Brazil, Secretaries of Culture, Economy and Creative Industries, Environment, Infrastructure and Logistics, DC Set and We Are One World, will work together to come up with a new logistics strategy to deliver a successful festival while, hopefully, preventing some past issues from reoccuring for it’s future editions.

After taking a hiatus from hosting it’s Brazil edition, Tomorrowland made it’s official return last year, but it certainly didn’t go on without a hitch. In 2023, attendees saw massive downpour during Day 1 of the festival, leading the grounds to get soaked and mud to take over. Organizers were led to cancel Day 2 of the event give enough time for their team to handle the mud and prepare for a successful Day 3.

With this in mind, organizers shared the challenges and difficulties they faced hosting last year’s event, leading them to create a map to invest in some improvements. During the press conference, it was shared that an agreement was made with the city hall of Itu and DER, providing them 22 million to improve Parque Madea, known to be the festival’s Brazilian home. Construction will take about 12 months, with plans to start gravel work in 2024 to “water-proof’ the venue.

Tomorrowland Brazil fans can feel at ease with this recent news. Not only is the festival confirming an annual return for the next 10 years, but they are also preparing to deliver a much drier, less muddy experience moving forward.

Tomorrowland recently announced that Tomorrowland Brazil will make its return to Itu, São Paulo at Parque Madea on October 11th – 13th, 2024. This year’s theme will revolve around ‘Adscendo’, bringing the captivating stage back to life in Tomorrowland’s second home. This magical stage was first unveiled at Tomorrowland Belgium in 2023.

Pre-registration for Tomorrowland Brazil 2024 is open. To register, click here. The Worldwide Ticket Sale starts on May 2nd at 15:00 CEST | 10:00 BRTMake sure to be ready to secure you spot, as tickets are sure to sell out fast! You can get more information on tickets here.