Tomorrowland Opens A Music & Arts School In Nepal


Tomorrowland Opens A Music & Arts School In Nepal
If you had the chance to go to these last two years, you’ve probably bumped into some very funny clowns that were more than willing to take a picture with you in exchange for a small contribution to a noble cause. By contributing, they’d give you a handmade bracelet and a small pin that said “Love Tomorrow” and briefly explained that all the money raised would go to the creation a school in Nepal. Most likely you just kissed them goodbye and ran to catch your next show, little did you know that this philanthropic gesture would soon become real…

On April 16, in Sekha, a small mountain village in the heart the Nepalese Himalaya, the first Love Tomorrow Music & Arts School was opened, as a result a unique collaboration between Tomorrowland and its Love Tomorrow Foundation with the Belgian NGO CUNINA. The school was festively opened by Sophie Vangheel, the founder-president and general manager CUNINA and DJ Lost Frequencies, who were there to represent Tomorrowland and the ‘People Tomorrow’. Lost Frequencies happily stated:

The school covers more than 400 m2 and it’s fully integrated with the CUNINA Boarding School. Over 300 children sponsored by Cunina will attend the school and receive music lessons, both for classical instruments as well as traditional instruments from Nepal.

is planning on building more music schools in the upcoming years. Watch the video below and discover more ways to contribute to this cause .