Parookaville is more than just a festival, it’s a city. And like any other city, it has its own style and districts... with room for food and drinks. Of course, within a festival city, these food & drink bars should stand out.
A first food street was ordered for the 2016 edition .... the style needed to be different … a good old WESTERN street with bars, and meal venues. More than 100 meters of Western street, and like a real street it needs depth and 3D. The imposing decor is attached to the tents with special techniques and is higher in order to disguise the rooftops of the tents. The result is impressive and is copied to the other food stands scattered on the festival terrain.
"More than 100 meters of Western street, and like a real street it needs depth and 3D."
With the festival taking on more capacity in 2017, it needed more places to serve food & drinks. A first new food lane stretching over 75 meters was ordered to welcome the visitors entering via the day pass entrance. With key words like “post apocalypse”, “recycling” and “organic”, our creative minds started to create the look and feel of this 3D decor. The result was a combination of a lot of recycled items (chicken wire, 800 used plastic Coca Cola bottles, paint bucket lids, car tyres …), a hint of green and painting techniques to give the overall setup a used impression.
A second new food lane of similar size was ordered and with it looking out on the second main stage, the “Factory Stage”, it needed some more industrial feel to it. Although it has the same technical layout as the “Industrial Eco” food lane, the “Suburban Punk” food lane looks different due to the integration of “Las Vegas” like signs, tubes, pieces of currogated sheets, rusty painting techniques ….