Tomorrowland stage designer goes bankrupt
The Tomorrowland stage designer is out of the production game.
Tomorrowland is known for putting up some of the biggest productions the world has ever seen, it’s kind of their thing.
And putting on such massive productions take a lot of hard work from teams of people work tirelessly to ensure festivalgoers get the best experience possible.
Surprisingly, one of their stage designers has been forced to call it quits.
According to reports, Neverland Themepark Projects has gone bankrupt, rendering them unable to offer their services for Tomorrowland or any other events in the foreseeable future.
Neverland Themepark Projects was founded in 1997 and has been working with Tomorrowland since its launch in 2005. Prior to the Tomorrowland gig, Neverland specialized in theme parks, with sizable experience in decorating parks throughout Europe, including Disneyland Paris.
The fun has come to an end
Currently there are still talks of potential buyers, however the nature of their business is in a very niche market coupled with growing competition has made securing a new curator challenging.
Kurt Heerman, manager of Neverland, released a statement explaining how the company has fought until the end.
“We inform you that Neverland Themepark Projects is no longer active. We want to thank you for the years of cooperation and trust. This message will come in hard, we are well aware of that. With our whole team we have been fighting until the last minute, but due to a combination of circumstances we are forced to close the doors of Neverland definitively. Our sincere apologies for the inconvenience that we may cause you.”
A spokesperson for Tomorrowland assures revelers that this won’t affect the festival’s production.
“We work with twelve decor builders of which Neverland is one of them,” she explains. “The main stage is too complex to be made by one set builder anyway.”
Tomorrowland stage designer Neverland Themepark Projects has gone bankrupt.