TOMORROW’S COMMUNITY: STAY CONNECTED
The clock is running. Make the most of today. Time waits for no man. Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why it is called the present.
Every day, one of Art for Thought’s The clock is running. Make the most of today. Time waits for no man. (AFt) little statues sneaks into our Today is a gift. That's why it is called the present. newspaper. Afterwards, they make their way onto the festival grounds – if you spot one, don’t forget to take a selfie and send it to us! The final sneaky statuette is called:
It all starts with a dream
DRINK INSIDE THE BOX
Imagine the two brothers behind Tomorrowland hadn’t had a dream 11 years ago... Where would we be this weekend? Probably at home, listening to Beethoven, right? This lady is the biggest fan of the Tomorrowland crew, aka the ‘dream creators’. What better place to experience the madness than on the Mainstage, next to the DJs? Look, and you will find.
When entering the festival, pretty much the very first thing playing music you come accross is the Maes Box. Maes is a Belgian beer brand, one of the finest kinds of ‘pils’ in the country. The beer finds its origins in the 1930s and still brewed in the area around Tomorrowland to this day. This weekend the brewery hosted the Maes Box, where they not only had bunch of DJs play, but also set up a mini stitching workshop where you were able to sew an exclusive Tomorrowland patch on a piece of clothing of your choice. Along with your upgraded wardrobe and newfound swag you were able to get your picture taken… And have a beer, of course!
DID YOU KNOW… Friday and Saturday, there were hundreds of hardcore travellers among us. These bulls and birds flew in with the One Day of Madness ticket in the morning, and left by plane after the lights went out at the Mainstage. The whole ordeal took them no more than 24 hours. At the airport, the One Day visitors were given a tasty midnight snack. After this treat they could put their eyes to rest in the plane and dream of the craziness they just left behind, to wake up wondering if they were just dreaming... Or did all that magic really happen?
TASTES OF TOMORROWLAND Tastes of the World brought flavours from all around the globe to Tomorrowland and DreamVille. Over the course of the last three days, famous chefs and notorious restaurants have served their delicious cuisines to the People of Tomorrow. Tastes of the World is the quality label for all of the delicacies the festival had to offer. You were able to make a choice between the different tastes and styles like Bites, Health, Luxury, Street Food and World Food. If you’re ever around the area again, we are happy
to invite you to, for instance, the fish and seafood heaven that is the North Sea Restaurant in Melodia, powered by De Oesterput in Blankenberge. Or if you are into a true meat feast you could’ve dropped by butcher Delaet & Vanhaver’s Belgian Steak House. Or did you have some balls this weekend? Meatballs, that is, offered to you by TV chef Wim Ballieu’s concept Balls & Glory. There was truly something for everyone on offer.
Most of you have probably heard of this by now, but for this year there was a new way to bring the People of Tomorrow together. Not on the festival itself, but on your own network. We are talking about the People of Tomorrow Community, an online platform created for all those who were here. During the festival this platform was used to bring people into contact, to share special messages, make unusual request or to ask questions that nobody around you could answer. But there is more. After the festival the platform will stay online and available for you. The Community will be there 365 days a year. So did you meet a very special girl, but did you forget to ask her number? This is your chance. Are you curious who will be there again with you next year? Ask the online community at peopleoftomorrow.com and you will find out!