Tomorrowland launches Alpine edition

Saturday, 10 March 2018 14:10
After several editions in Brazil and America, the popular dance festival, Tomorrowland, will organise a winter edition called “Tomorrowland Winter” in Alpe d'Huez from 13-15 March 2019. The party goers will be able to ski during the day and dance in the evening.
Several stages will spread over the site, a specially developed main stage will be built at the foot of the slopes, the world's best-known DJs and good food and drink will be features of the festival in this snowy setting.

Tents won’t be needed: the 30,000 visitors will all be housed in apartments, B&Bs and hotels in the mountain village. Visitors can choose between a pass for four days (685 euro) or seven days (825 euro). Ticket sales will only start on 8 September. The first names of the line-up will only be announced after Tomorrowland’s summer edition.

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