In the heart of the Himalayas, the first Love Tomorrow Music & Arts school has just opened doors. Together with 300 local children, Lost Frequencies (Love Tomorrow Ambassador) inaugurated the magnificent building in Sekha, Nepal.
Teaming up with Cunina, an international non-governmental development organization set up in Belgium, Tomorrowland started a fundraiser through the Love Tomorrow Foundation. The collected money was used to build the Love Tomorrow Music & Arts School by Cunina in Sekha, a Nepalese village. This music and arts school will take on an important role in the Sekha school community. Next to the Cunina kindergarten, elementary and secondary school it will enrich the lives of the mountain children with music, arts and culture. A staple in the development of independent and creative minds.
Music, dance and arts are integral to Nepalese culture and play an important role in daily life. The first Love Tomorrow Music & Arts School is a 413 m² building featuring four fully equipped classrooms, a central courtyard and a stage. Professional teachers offer the children instruction in music, dance, art and theatre. Just like the Love Tomorrow Foundation, Cunina too is whole-heartedly convinced that education is the key to a better future.
It’s good to see brands such as Tomorrowland use their presence in the world to take on such socially impactful projects to help society. A big shout-out to all the people involved in this and to all the fans that donated!
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