The world’s largest electronic music festival, Tomorrowland, has spent close to 20 years revolutionizing the modern festival experience for EDM fans. Each year it welcomes visitors from more than 200 countries to descend on Boom, Belgium making it the world’s most international festival on Earth. From Swaziland to Sweden and everywhere in between, like-minded music fans come together to forge new friendships and create unforgettable memories. This year the festival is stepping up its game and taking to the skies for the first time in its history. Starting on Friday, February 24th, the official Tomorrowland plane, AMARE, will spread its wings and embark on a five-year journey over the skies of Europe.
AMARE is no ordinary plane. It is the embodiment of Tomorrowland, designed to symbolize love, friendship and unity.
Photos by Philippe Wuyts Photography