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Tomorrowland signs 66-year contract with current site in Boom’s De Schorre Park


Tomorrowland, the world-renowned music festival, has signed a groundbreaking 66-year deal to remain at its current site in Boom’s De Schorre Park. The festival, which attracted 400,000 attendees in its most recent edition and was voted the No.1 festival in the world in DJ Mag's Top 100 Festivals poll for 2023, has been held at De Schorre Park, on the outskirts of Antwerp, Belgium, since 2005.

The long-term agreement, valid until 2090, provides Tomorrowland with legal security to make substantial investments in De Schorre, ensuring the festival's continued success in the years to come. Over the years, Tomorrowland has made lasting enhancements to the park, including projects like the Stairway to Unity, One World Bridge, Spark sculptures, and stage area upgrades introduced prior to 2023. The festival has also improved essential infrastructure such as cabling, water systems, and wheelchair-accessible pathways.

In a press release, the festival's partners confirmed the continuation of their successful collaboration, emphasizing their commitment to sustainable practices such as water conservation and planting native greenery on site. Additionally, extensive construction work has taken place, including roads, squares, and the installation of electricity, data, and fiber optic networks.

Tomorrowland Winter has already announced the first acts for its 2024 lineup, featuring renowned artists like Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Lost Frequencies, MATTN, Netsky, and Steve Aoki. The festival's Belgium 2024 edition is set to take place across two weekends at De Schorre Park in Boom, running from July 19th to 28th, 2024. Tomorrowland continues to innovate and engage its global community, recently releasing a documentary titled "We Are Tomorrow" in collaboration with Amazon Music, exploring the festival's music and global community.

Images Credit: Tomorrowland Pres


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