Tomorrowland is undoubtedly one of the greatest and largest music festivals in all of the world. Every July people flick from all around the world for the chance to experience something absolutely magical.
Tomorrowland’s venue is about to get a major improvement as the local government and Tomorrowland organizers have decided to team up to improve the De Schorre park where the festival is held every year.
Jan De Haes, deputy director for ‘Recreation and Green Domains,’ stated that the goal is to plant “sixty indigenous high-trees and mature shrubs, 250 smaller shrubs, and 5,000 young trees.”
The changes won’t just be for the festival but for the general attractiveness of the park throughout the year to all visitors.
Debby Wilmsen, Tomorrowland’s press agent, added to De Haes’s sentiments. “We are committed to building on the charisma, quality of life and experiential value of this park.”
I am super excited to see what they bring in addition to the addition of some well needed foliage. The project will be going from February 15th to March 15th!