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We Want to Go to There: A Stage Made of Gigantic Fairy-Tale Books

it's time to play the music

The Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium is massive; taking place at the end of June every year, with attendance this year reaching over 65,000. Organized by Dutch production company ID&T, all stops were pulled out for this year’s event. It’s apparently known for its “unique fantasy amusement park setting.” To which we say “HUZZAH!” because, as you can see, this year’s main stage was filled with truly gigantic books, causing the bookworms burrowed deep inside all of us to squeal with delight.

As you can see, the book in the middle opened and entertained the crowd.

We think we’ve had this dream before?

It’s certainly a really cool feat of stage design! We envy everyone who got to see it in person.

(via My Modern Met)

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