With the second edition of Tomorrowworld just days away, festival organizers are beginning to reveal more about the event.
(Tomorrowworld Dream Lodges provide luxury and comfort at the three-day music festival. Image courtesy Tomorrowworld.)Dutch accommodation company G3 Festivals are bringing their exclusive luxury lodges (shown right) to Chattahoochee Hills.
Luxurious tents for two or four persons, the lodges are built on raised FSC-certiﬁed hardwood decks oﬀering comfortable indoor and outdoor living space. They come equipped with wooden camp beds, real mattresses, linen and ﬂuﬀy pillows, plus table and chairs, indoor and outdoor lighting and a cubby-hole for storing valuables. The lodges will be positioned close to the entrance of the festival - which includes a 24-hour reception, bar and restaurant, chill-out area, and even a wellness spa.
"We believe our lodges are the answer to the needs of both the festivals and the visitors," G3 Festivals spokesperson Bas Redhead said.
Earlier this year, the lodges were successfully introduced in Europe at Tomorrowland music festival in Belgium.
The Tomorrowworld Dream Lodges, which started at $2,899, sold out for the festival.