Tomorrowland shares digital booklet in wake of coronavirus cancellation

Tomorrowland shares digital booklet in wake of coronavirus cancellation

News

Tomorrowland has shared a digital booklet in the wake of its cancellation due to coronavirus. 

The Belgian festival, like countless other events around the world, was forced to cancel its 2020 edition last week as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. As well as sharing the details of its 2021 dates, and continuing its weekly live stream events, the festival has released a digital booklet entitled Tomorrowland Today.

The booklet, which you can check out here, includes information surrounding the festival’s cancellation, as well as interviews with DJs, virologist Marc van Ranst and Minister-President of Flanders Jan Jambon. There is also a section dedicated to “Daily Wisdom”, which includes a cocktail recipe and suggestions on how to recreate the feel of being at a festival by giving a friend a call in the morning – “because nobody wakes up alone at a festival” – and wearing a festive outfit. 

While tickets for 2020’s Tomorrowland can be transferred directly to next year’s event, the festival is yet to release an official statement about the possibility of getting refunds. 

Related Posts

London club E1 announces reopening party series with Rebekah, Sasha, DJ Stingray 313, more

London club E1 announces reopening party series with Rebekah, Sasha, DJ Stingray 313, more

Bicep, Honey Dijon, Andy C, India Jordan, more locked for Forum club Birmingham opening season

Bicep, Honey Dijon, Andy C, India Jordan, more locked for Forum club Birmingham opening season

Little Simz announces new album, ‘I Might Be Introvert’, shares single: Watch

Little Simz announces new album, ‘I Might Be Introvert’, shares single: Watch

Festival cancellations inevitable without COVID insurance, warns Association of Independent Festivals CEO

Festival cancellations inevitable without COVID insurance, warns Association of Independent Festivals CEO