Mysteryland has high hopes that they will be able to transform the former Floriade site in Haarlemmermeer into a magical festival site again from 27 to 29 August and is announcing the start of its ticket sales. The longest-running electronic music festival in the world expects to sell out quickly.
Over 95% of Mysteryland‘s loyal visitors have chosen to keep last year’s ticket for the 2021 edition. Mysteryland therefore wants to give its fans a chance to be the first to get a hand on the remaining tickets via an exclusive pre-sale. The fans can register via Mysteryland‘s website until 21 February 12PM CET.
The largest dance festival in leading festival country the Netherlands, where headliners such as Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Nora En Pure, Sven Väth, and Carl Cox previously performed, is hopeful that it will be able to organise an edition this year, despite the rescheduling of last year’s edition.
Milan Raven, Managing Director of ID&T Events said:
“We are very much looking forward to the moment we can celebrate life together with our visitors. We realize that it’s still uncertain if we can go ahead, but with all the tools that the Dutch government has at its disposal, we are looking at a brighter future than last year. We notice that many people yearn for some form of being together again and are looking for an escape from reality. There’s no place you can do this better than at Mysteryland.”
Mysteryland is known as the perfect end to the festival summer. Every year more than 300 artists from all kinds of different genres perform, from house, deep-house, big room, bass, techno, trap, trance, and minimal to hardstyle, hardcore, R&B, and hip hop.
With more than 20 stages, there is something for everyone’s taste. Artistic stages range from open-air dance floors to huge tents with stellar laser shows and state of the art sound. As it’s their tradition to end with a bang on the Saturday and Sunday evenings, Mysteryland has their legendary end-shows full of fireworks on The Main Stage and Q-dance stage.
In addition to the many music stages, there is always much more to discover on the festival site. Many artfully lit paths lead you through forests and fields to hidden places to chill. There are also various art installations, food courts, and unexpected encounters with like-minded people and artists who can surprise you. In addition, there is also lots to explore for spiritual visitors, from cocoa ceremonies and meditation sessions to massages and yoga.
The real diehards can complete their festival weekend by staying at the campsite. Mysteryland camping visitors get an extra festival day on Friday and get a new dimension to their festival experience during the after-parties. There is also a late-night silent disco that goes on for anyone who can’t get enough. For the early birds, there is morning yoga on the camping plaza and at the market, you can have your festival outfit pimped and your hair styled in the latest trends.
Registration for the exclusive pre-sale starts today via mysteryland.nl/register. Fans can register until 21 February 12PM. If Mysteryland 2021 can’t take place this year, visitors have the option for a refund of the ticket.