TOMORROWLAND Teases Attendees With Some Truly Unbelievable Additions! Once you’ve indulged in the following information, you won’t be forgiven for thinking Tomorrowland resembles a 5 star holiday resort…
Want a bakery in your campsite? You got it! A Michelin star meal? No problem! How about stepping inside an edible gingerbread house? Why not! Dietary requirements a concern of yours? They’ve got it all covered… gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options are all taken care of! Sound like a festival you’ve been to before? NOT A CHANCE!
This year the sold-out Tomorrowland is providing all of the above and a whole lot more, making the 2012 experience the most jaw-dropping yet. World-famous chefs Wout Bru and Roger van Damme are both restaurateurs who’ll be setting up on site to provide thousands of festivalgoers with world class catering from locations that overlook the gargantuan main stage. Roger will be serving exclusive hand crafted Tomorrowland deserts from inside his very own ginger bread house whilst Wout will cater to over 1000 guests throughout the weekend, serving a menu designed specifically for the festival, and of course stamped with approval with those Michelin stars!
What’s more…all 35,000 campers this year will have access to their very own bakery, preparing over 6000 fresh loaves of bread each morning, ready to serve by 8AM in time for breakfast! No festival has ever gone to such extraordinary lengths – and that’s the tip of the iceberg! Amongst these campers are 20 who will be sleeping for the first time in Dreamville Mansions – 2 custom-built houses sleeping 10 people each, designed specifically to make their experience as luxurious as possible.
In other areas of the festival, and with the help of main stage headliner Moby, vegan and vegetarian options will be available including the special “Tomorrowland Magic Mushroom” vegetarian sandwich that delighted fans last year. To discuss your dietary options in advance, contact HERE!
The decorations have begun to land on-site and the trucks are rolling in! Building Tomorrowland takes approximately 1 month to complete and when the main stage is 120 metres in length…you can start to see why. With decorations down to the very last signpost custom-made and shipped in from all corners of the world – prepare to be blown away! Stay tuned for the official 2012 trailer, which will tease fans as to this year’s theme, and will be packed with clues as to what’s in store. Trust us, there’s a whole lot you don’t know yet!
Keep your eyes open over the next few weeks as Tomorrowland will launch a plethora of new material including:
- The launch of two ground-breaking broadcast partnerships
- The Official 2012 Festival Trailer
- The Official 2012 Anthem
- Set times for all stages
- Regular updates from the site as the building work continues