Tomorrowland is asking fans to share messages with each other as part of the daily One World Radio broadcasts.
One World Radio, the 24HR radio station from Tomorrowland, is asking fans to send in voice notes via Whatsapp and email to the station, in a bid to spread positivity throughout the people of Tomorrowland.
"All across the world, people are now dealing with the coronavirus," Tomorrowland One World Radio wrote in a post. "During times like these, taking care of yourself and your loved ones is taking care of the future. One World Radio – the digital radio & content platform of Tomorrowland – wants to unite people around the globe by sharing and broadcasting their stories and positive messages on-air with all People of Tomorrow.
People can now share their story by recording a short voice message – explaining who they are, where they are from and telling the world how they are doing, what they are feeling and thinking – ultimately encouraging others to stay positive and strong together."
Tomorrowland Winter was cancelled earlier this month due to concerns over the spread of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. It was due to run from 14th to 21st March in Alpe d’Huez. After the cancellation, the Belgian festival announced Tomorrowland would offer discounted tickets to next year's main festival for Tomorrowland Winter attendees.
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