The extensive line-up includes performances by artists such as Agents of Time, Astrix, Acid Arab, Angélica Salvi, Burnt Friedman with João Pais Filipe, Club Makumba, Fogo Fogo, Kimi Djabaté, Norberto Lobo and Pantha du Prince. With the music being complimented by "Yoga, wellness practices, art, workshops and meditation" at the event which this year sold out in an hour and a half.

Organiser Artur Mendes said: “We are going to receive about 41 thousand people in this edition. As always, the demand was immense, far exceeded the supply. Tickets sold out in an hour and a half. The fact that the pandemic postponed last year's edition did not reduce the enthusiasm of the boomers at all”.

“We could receive more and more people, but it would be exactly the opposite of what we want, that is, we want to improve the experience, we want to ensure that there is balance. We could do Boom every year, but we only do it every two years and that is also an investment in sustainability. Knowing when to stop, knowing not to grow in excess is a responsibility that we fully assume. It is our commitment,” he said.