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For the second time, the ecological music festival offers great music, food, and entertainment while minimizing their carbon footprint and the impact on the environment.
In 2015 the people of Perk, Belgium witnessed the first-ever Paradise City on the fields of Ribaucourt, just 15 minutes away from Brussels. The event was held on the site of the Castle of Ribaucourt, which is still inhabited by Count Paul de Lannoy and his family. The place itself is a marvel of nature, with lush environments and a majestic natural lake that really complements the beauty of the edifice.
The Count has confessed that he usually receives a lot of requests to lend his estate as a venue for events – requests that are promptly denied. But in the case of Paradise City, he says it was an offer that he just couldn’t refuse. For starters, it was very well-conceived, especially with regard to the environmentally-friendly aspect. It is very important to the Count that the organizers create a cozy atmosphere where people could get together and have a good time in an orderly manner. To that end, the coordinators worked to create a family-friendly event where everyone could have fun, while the more enthusiastic attendants could even camp out for the night using the event’s special sustainable tents.
As you may have noted, this event is all about having fun, but in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner. To achieve this, the organizers went beyond the call of duty to ensure that the festival leaves the smallest carbon footprint possible, with solutions such as:
These are just a few of the “green” solutions that Paradise City organizers are using to reduce their carbon footprint. It’s clear that the people of Paradise City are completely invested in providing the most entertaining experience for their visitors, in the eco-friendliest manner possible. What’s more, the lineup of artists in this year’s event is also very promising, with talents such as Kiasmos, Stephan Bodzin, DJ Tennis, Agoria, Black Coffee, Mano Le Tough, Michael Mayer, and many others.
With this repertoire of artists and all the measures in place to reduce the carbon footprint, this year’s Paradise City is looking like a very promising event.
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