Under a newly inked contract, Tomorrowland will remain at its current site in Boom, Belgium’s De Schorre Park, for another 66 years.
The deal struck yesterday between Tomorrowland’s parent company, WEAREONE.world BV (WAOW) and the Province of Antwerp mean the world-famous festival, which welcomed 400,000 attendees this year, will continue at the suburban park until 2090.
Tomorrowland will now have the legal agreements necessary to invest even further in the “development and beautification” of De Schorre, building upon a successful 20-year collaboration that began with the festival’s first edition in 2005.
WAOW has already made several improvements to De Schorre over the years, including functional art installations like the One World bridge and the Stairway to Unity mosaic staircase, as well as additional greenery, trees, walking paths, and an expansion of electrical infrastructure, cabling, and water systems.
“We want to continue investing in the coming years to make the domain even more unique,” Tomorrowland founders Michiel and Manu Beers said in a press release announcing the news.
“Thanks to this new agreement, we not only ensure the future of the Tomorrowland festival, but we also provide a unique park experience throughout the year for young and old, for local residents and other visitors,” they continued.
Last week, Tomorrowland followed its successful return to South America by announcing its phase one lineup for Tomorrowland Winter 2024, featuring artists like Afrojack, Amber Broos, Armin van Buuren, and more.
Tomorrowland Belgium 2024 will return to De Schorre Park in Boom from July 19–28, 2024.
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