After a successful first edition in 2022, CORE Festival – a collaboration between Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter – will return to Brussels' Osseghem Park at the foot of the Atomium in May next year.
Some 40,000 visitors attended the new festival in the Belgian capital at the end of May this year. In 2023, festival-goers will again be immersed in "a captivating experience where music, art and nature meet," said the organisation.
"The refreshing and original festival will treat guests to an eclectic line-up, a delicious food offering and an ensemble of unique art, sound and light installations in the picturesque nature area of the Osseghem Park," the press release reads. The festival will take place on the weekend of 27 and 28 May 2023 in Osseghem Park in Brussels. The line-up will be announced soon.
The first edition saw artists such as British musician and DJ Jamie XX, Caribou, The Blaze, Jungle and Denzel Curry come to the new festival, as well as Brussels singer and songwriter Lous and Yakuza, Paul Kalkbrenner, Mura Masa and Ross From Friends, alongside many others.
The ticket presale starts on Friday 16 December at 11:00, general sale starts on Monday 19 December at 15:00. Pre-registering for the presale is already possible via corefestival.com.