Tomorrowland Winter is only a month away. The first edition of the festival is slated to take place shortly, and construction is officially underway. The festival whose lineup includes acts such as Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, DJ Snake, and Martin Garrix will be hosted in France. This is not the first international edition
Tomorrowland Winter will take place at France’s Alpe d’Huez ski resort from March 9-16. The extended affair will not only proffer sets from some of dance music’s most celebrated acts to attendees but also opportunities to take part in resort sports and activities. Ticket packages to the winter version of Belgium’s longtime festival are now available to those who previously registered for access and can be purchased here.
Tomorrowland releases the initial headliners for the festival’s debut winter edition. Tomorrowland Winter was first announced in March, and the headliners consist of the usual suspects plus a couple surprises.
At an altitude of over 2000 meters, festival stages will be built in the Alpe d’Huez, one of the highest rated ski resorts in Europe. Tickets available will include amenities such as lodging, skiing passes, and a week to remember as the biggest EDM music festival in the world launches the new winter offshoot.
Fans are able to pre-register for tickets at the Tomorrowland Winter website. Seven day packages go on sale Saturday, September 8 at 11am EST. Four day packages go on sale Saturday, September 15 at 11am EST.
Tomorrowland, the world’s hottest electronic music festival, will freeze over in 2019.
From March 9th-16th, up to 30,000 people from around the globe will flood the Tomorrowland Winter festival grounds: Alpe d’Huez, one of Europe’s top-tier ski resorts–tucked away in the French Alps.
The “Hymn of the Frozen Lotus”-themed festival will be held on d’Huez’s Grand Domain Ski area. Winter attendees will be able to choose between a “fantastic” four-day or “mysterious” seven-day pass, according to a statement from festival organizers. In addition to festival access, tickets will include ski & lift privileges, lodging, and access to Tomorrowland Winter’s March 12 Gathering.
Although the winter lineup has yet to be announced, Tomorrowland has long been acclaimed for its unparalleled stage productions and top-tier curations of global electronic acts.
The “fairytale” location, which according to Alpe d’Huez receives about 300 days of sun per year, promises attendees superior sightseeing and an ultimately unfamiliar outlook on winter festivals. Adding to the scenic appeal, the festival’s quite literally high-in-the-sky main stage will be set at the base of the ski trails (located approximately 200 meters above sea level), overlooking a swath of scenic France.
Seven-day packages go on sale on September 8, while four-day packages will go on sale on September 15.
Tomorrowland is one of the most storied names in electronic dance music. The landmark festival is held in Belgium but has expanded globally in the past years. After not finding not much luck in Brazil and the US it appears for a couple reasons, that Tomorrowland is moving towards hosting a new winter edition festival