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13 March 2014

A Massive Volcano in the Middle of Nowhere Awaits the People of Tomorrowworld This Fall

With less than 200 days from the second edition of TomorrowWorld, more details are starting to emerge about the three-day festival held on Bouckaert's Farm in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.

Georgia Unfiltered has learned that a Netherlands-based company responsible for many of the effects that wowed those attending the first ever TomorrowWorld in America, is already preparing for this year's festival.

In January, according to sources close to the event, a team tested the upper part of the huge volcano planned for TomorrowWorld 2014. The tests were designed mainly to check the safety of the installation and the decor. TomorrowWorld officials were on-hand for the demonstration.

When completed, the massive, fire-erupting volcano will be the centerpiece of the three-day TomorrowWorld festival this September.

Below is a picture of the volcano stage completed:

TomorrowWorld 2014 will mark the second appearance of the famed volcano stage. Electronic dance music fans first saw the volcano at TomorrowLand 2013 in Belgium.