Bistro In Vitro Ice Cream Cart and NANO Supermarket at Pukkelpop Festival

NextNature.net
August 1st 2016

A music festival is a great time to enjoy music, food, and to hang out with friends. But it doesn't have to stop there. Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium offers a four-day cultural experience, in which all our senses are being tingled. Naturally, Next Nature Network was added to the lineup.

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The experimental stage Baraque Futur presents a broad variety of interactive projects that invite visitors to test, study or observe potential futures. Among the projects is a silent disco with a sustainable dance floor, an upcycling workshop, a virtual reality experience, and our NANO supermarket and the Bistro In Vitro Ice Cream Cart.

Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium offers a four-day cultural experience, in which all our senses are being tingled. Naturally, Next Nature Network was added to the lineup.

Baraque Futur fully runs on green energy by means of solar panels, a windmill, plant power and battery packs. Last year the stage generated 306.94 kWh of green electricity, and is collaborating with UCLL to produce even more this year.

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