Tomorrowland: Freedom Stage suffers partial roof collapse ahead of weekend two | DJMag.com Skip to main content

Tomorrowland: Freedom Stage suffers partial roof collapse ahead of weekend two

The stage was in use for a ‘Neighborhood Party’

freedomstage.jpg
freedomstage.jpg

Part of the roof structure at Tomorrowland's Freedom stage has sunk.

Tomorrowland festival, which took place last weekend from the 18th to the 21st July in Boom and runs this weekend for a second installment, unveiled a newly redesigned Freedom stage this year.

Featuring brand new lighting panels that can be raised and lowered, the stage hosted Eric Prydz' EPIC 6.0 show on Friday and also saw performances from Armin van Buuren, Camelphat and the Symphony Of Unity Orchestra.

During a Neighbourhood Party this week, an annual event Tomorrowland throws for the residents of Boom, the roof at Freedom stage partially collapsed.

In a statement given to Your EDM, Tomorrowland festival spokeswoman Debbie Wilmsen shared: “Around noon, part of the ceiling of the covered Freedom Stage sank. To be able to repair this, the tent will be closed to the visitors of the Tomorrowland [Neighborhood party]. The party will take place on another part of the site. No one was injured.”

Tomorrowland continues this Friday (26th), with performances from Âme, Joris Voorn, Hot Since 82, Peggy Gou and more.

Tomorrowland announced the acts who will headline the second weekend of the festival this week.

Watch back Tomorrowland sets from Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte and more.

Topics