The Paradise City Festival is capitalizing on the success of its first festival last year and coming back with new innovations. A goal for this Belgian festival is to be a leader of sustainability through its organizational methods as well as well as the high-quality organic food.
Some of the artists confirmed in the line-up to date for this electronic music festival include Black Madonna & Mike Servito. The duo is promised to play a three-hour back-to-back session during the festival that is a mixture of the best Chicago and Detroit have to offer in electronic music. Other artists scheduled to appear are &ME, GUTI, Aeroplane, Tuff City Kids and Christian Löffler. The line-up has over thirty artists confirmed and is intended to cater to electronic music enthusiasts’ over the course of the two-day festival running from 25th-26th June.
The completely cashless festival strives for innovation and entrepreneurship along with its main goal of sustainability. Festival-goers will swipe their wristbands as a form of payment to make for fast and accurate transactions. Last year Paradise City was awarded CO2 Neutral Festival Label. This was in thanks to the reducing of CO2 emissions and using part of the festivals compensations towards providing 144 families in Uganda with sustainable ovens. The 2016 season hopes to continue this with limited waste for all food venues, 90% vegetarian catering, and the use of local farmers for ingredients when possible.
One change the festival will be making to continue to promote innovation is catering services. Instead of making people to stand in line for drinks and food, the festival has partnered with TSJING, the smartphone app which allows premium ticket holders to order their drinks and food remotely and have it delivered to them.
Tickets are on sale starting at €50 for a one-day pass and a two-day pass is €80.
Festival tickets are available for purchase online at www.paradisecity.be.