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Tomorrowland Announces CORE Festival for May

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Tomorrowland teamed up with Rock Werchter for a new two-day event called CORE Festival. This unique experience features music, art, and nature in the capital of Europe. The lineup and program announcement will be coming soon. But the event will take place on Friday, May 27th and Saturday, May 28th. Pre-sale starts February 23rd and general on sale starts February 24th. You can register here. For now, let’s see what the festival is all about.

This is a boutique festival taking place in Osseghem Park in Brussels. Per the event organizers, CORE aims to awaken all senses with a total experience where nature, live music, and art meet. You can expect a very eclectic lineup, with genres spanning from indie, hip hop, electronica, hyper pop, and alternative dance. In addition, you will discover many upcoming talents and international heroes. This sounds like it’s going to be a groundbreaking event where the raw beauty of nature’s surroundings enraptures you. What’s more, experience an ensemble of impressive, unique art, sound and light installations along with exquisite food options.

As two of the world’s most renowned, multi-award-winning festivals, Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter share this ambitious project. They aim to unite for an original and refreshing festival with an intimate setting. The event hours are from noon until 1 am.

We are very proud that Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter, two of the most important players in the world of music, are coming to Brussels with this new concept. A total experience of music, art and nature. Brussels celebrates and thus enables the event, cultural and hotel industry to breathe again.”

Philippe Close, mayor of Brussels

We’ll stay tuned for the lineup and program announcements. Who’s ready to make history with this one?

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