Organisers chose “Radical Love” as the theme for the 14th edition of the event, which will take place between the 20th and 27th of July, at the Granja estate, in Idanha-a-Nova, in the Castelo Branco district.

“It is the fifth consecutive time that the event has sold out. A little less than two months before the start of the 14th edition, the last tickets for Boom Festival were sold”, explained organisers in a statement.

In this edition, 177 nationalities will be represented, with emphasis on Portuguese, French, German and Israeli.

“Participants will be 84% foreigners and 16% Portuguese”, said the organisation.

“Boom is an independent festival, without sponsors, and is recognized from an environmental point of view, as being well managed and with significant actions to reduce waste and reduce greenhouse gas emissions”.

Earlier this year, it was distinguished with the 'Green Festival Award', the most important sustainability award given to cultural events, which happened for the eighth consecutive year.