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|Date(s)||Full Moon of August|
|Years active||1997 - present|
Boom has now five stages: the Dance Temple, for psytrance and natural trance music; the Alchemy Circle is for house music; the Sacred Fire stage is for world music and live music performances; the Ambient Source is for chill-out music; the Groovy Beach stage is for electronic dance music dee jays and producers. Other attractions include a sculptures, an art gallery, street theatre, fire performances; the shaded Liminal Village houses lectures, yoga classes, film screenings, group meditation, and discussions; and the Healing Area is a vast zone dedicated to all kind of healing techniques taught in group workshops, including a pool for water therapy and a space to practice massages.
Boom Festival is hosting an opening teaser party in London on the 26th of October 2013. They are coming together with Exilir of Life and hosting the party at Sidings Warehouse, 85a Southwark Bridge, London. 
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Boom's main focus is to develop a sustainability ethos while providing a wide array of arts and culture line up. The Boom is known worldwide[weasel words] for its non-corporate approach on entertainment. It attracts attendees from many different countries, ethnic backgrounds, and age groups.
Unlike mainstream[weasel words] festivals of this size, Boom festival does not rely on commercial sponsors. The organisers seek to keep the precinct free of visual pollution and marketing.
One of the noble aspects of this festival is to be intercultural. Boom has a vast worldwide network of ambassadors and attracts audience from all continents. This creates a contact between people of diverse cultures, encouraging the overthrow of inter-ethnic stereotypes.
In 2004, Boom started to develop a series of projects in order to become environmentally self-sustainable. These include the development of toilets that don't use chemical products, the treatment of residual waters using biotechnology, utilization of wind and solar energy, recycling and the free supply of cleaning kits to participants (including pocket ashtrays and rubbish bags).
In 2011, it won, for the second time in a row, the title of YOUROPE Green 'N' Clean Festival of the Year in the Festival Awards Europe  which caused the UN to invite the organizing team to use the popularity of music as a means for raising public environmental awareness in a program called United Nations Music & Environmental Initiative (M&E).
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