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16 February 2014

Tickets for the 2nd Edition of Georgia's Tomorrowworld Festival Go On Sale This Week

By all accounts, the inaugural Tomorrowworld was a resounding success.

( Electronic Dance Music fans enjoy the inaugural Tomorrowworld festival in 2013. Image courtesy Tomorrowworld/ID&T)
Between 27 September and 29 September 2013, Tomorrowworld attracted nearly 150,000 visitors from more than seventy-five different countries to Bouckaert's Farm in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.

Politicians and electronic dance music fans alike had rave reviews for the festival.

"It was a fantastic event. No fights. No cursing. None of that stuff took place," Fulton County Commissioner Robb Pitts said of Tomorrowworld.

Atlanta resident Katryna Bell said the three-day weekend changed her life.

"I was surrounded by people, from all over the world, who loved and accepted every part of me," Bell told Georgia Unfiltered. "I left that weekend feeling comfortable in my own skin. I made life long friends. It was a true world gathering, nothing but pure beauty and love."

The economic impact of such a massive event is still being measured, but according to Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards, "Tomorrowworld was good for the businesses.

"I can tell you that Publix on [Hwy.] 92 restocked five times during Tomorrowworld," Edwards told Georgia Unfiltered in a recent interview.

Publix and other local businesses are hoping for a repeat this year, when the electronic dance music festival returns to Chattahoochee Hills this September.

Event organizers announced the second edition of Tomorrowworld in the USA is scheduled for 26 September through 28 September 2014.

Individuals who bought tickets to the inaugural edition of Tomorrowworld will have the chance to purchase festival tickets in advance during a special pre-sale, Monday, 17 February 2014. Tickets will go on sale to the general public five days later, Saturday, 22 February 2014.

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