Tomorrowland has revealed that its innovative CORE stage will take center stage at a two-day festival in Medellín, Colombia, later this year. In collaboration with the local Breakfast Club, the festival is set for May 11th and 12th, promising an immersive experience for over 20,000 attendees in the lush tropical botanical gardens of Jardín Botánico de Medellín.
The new CORE stage, designed to “pop up around the globe” at various Tomorrowland events, made its debut in Mexico last weekend after over a year of meticulous planning by the festival’s in-house creative team. The stage originated as an ambitious 3D design concept and became a tangible reality at the second edition of CORE Tulum on January 13th.
CORE Tulum’s inaugural outing featured performances from renowned artists like Boys Noize and Disclosure, seamlessly integrated into Tulum’s jungle scenery. The stage, standing at an impressive 17 meters in height and 30 meters in width, boasts 209 moving lights, water geysers, LED flares, fog machines, and more.
The CORE stage is confirmed to be part of Tomorrowland’s flagship Belgian festival in 2024, and plans to take it to various continents and countries are in the works. The focus is on unique locations integrated into nature, promising a series of unforgettable experiences around the world.
In addition to this exciting development, Tomorrowland introduced an immersive Virtual Reality (VR) exhibition called ‘The Great Library of Tomorrow’ in Barcelona last year. Housed in the Aribau Immersive Space, the exhibition provided visitors with a one-hour immersive experience centered around the festival’s enchanting fantasy themes.
For those eager to be part of the Medellín event, pre-sale tickets for the two-day festival featuring the CORE stage will be available from February 6th at 10:00 EST, lasting for 72 hours.
You can sign up for the pre-sale and find more information about the event here.