Gossips that Tomorrowland may have three weekends in Boom one year from now have been circling for a couple of months. According to GVA here:" The organizers confirm that it is an intriguing road to counterbalance the current year's misfortunes to some degree, "yet nothing has been decided for sure."
Because of the measures to contain Covid-19, Tomorrowland can't proceed this year. Rather there will be an online virtual festival, "Tomorrowland around the world" on July 25 and 26.
Anybody with tickets would then be able to look into an obscure virtual island, made utilizing the most recent game and video technology. There are eight stages altogether, each with its own line-up.
Tomorrowland representative Debby Wilmsen said that "Our focus is at present 100% there," Be that as it may, regardless of whether she sets out to look forward to 2021? "A third weekend of Tomorrowland could be an answer for everybody required to compensate for the totally lost 2020 season and every one of its outcomes.
However, that is still a distant future in the current conditions and nothing has been talked about or decided at this point. Regardless, we are standing by see how the circumstance will advance in the coming months.
Like governments, we can't see far into the future right now. "
On the off chance that Tomorrowland without a doubt needs to arrange a third weekend in De Schorre in 2021, the event association should agree on this with the civil authorities Antwerp.
It additionally has a major monetary effect for the districts of Rumst and Boom themselves. They currently lose more than 700,000 and 1.3 million euros individually.
The officials say it has not yet gotten an official inquiry and thinks of it as premature to react.
Source: GVA here