Every year thousands of people flock to Boom, Belgium to experience one of the world’s premiere electronic Dance Music festivals. Tomorrowland brings in some of the biggest names, biggest crowds, and provides one of the most exquisite experiences around. Built on the De Shorre park, it is receiving some exciting updates.
Collaborating with the province of Antwerp, The provinces home De Schorre park has been outfitted with a new green space and plenty of beautiful new trees. The project began on the 15th of February and is expected to be completed by the 15th of March. With 5000 new pieces of forestry including new trees and shrubs, the newly designed space will surely bedazzle fans. The Love Tomorrow foundation created the project alongside Tommorowland Music Festival. Workgroup 2020 was also developed as a means to bring local voices and opinions into the development process.
The Province of Antwerp has the ambition to further develop its provincial recreational domain into a sustainable, socio-recreational experience place in a green environment’, reports recreational and green domains manager Jan De Haes.
‘Target is an attractive and tourist park with high nature value. Structural solutions improve safety, mobility, nature access and the experience of the landscape.’
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) February 19, 2018