Welcome to the enchanting world of Tomorrowland Winter, where the realms of music, snow, and breathtaking landscapes converge. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the upcoming edition of Tomorrowland Winter, explore the highlights of past festivals, and uncover the magic that awaits in the French Alps.
Gear up for a week-long winter extravaganza from March 16 to 23, 2024, set against the picturesque backdrop of Alpe d’Huez in France. The anticipation builds as the festival returns, promising an experience like no other.
Festival Passes and Packages
There are various festival passes for Tomorrowland Winter and a Pass always includes a festival ticket and lift & ski pass! Different passes have different benefits and price.
Apart from personal passes, there is also an option for Hospitality & Company Packages.
You can check 1, 4 and 7-Day Festival Passes from the official website here.
The prices vary from €110 to €1,040.00. Make sure to check all offers and choose the one that’s suitable for you!
Tomorrowland Winter 2024 boasts performances from over 100 world-renowned artists and DJs in electronic dance music. The eclectic lineup spans genres from trance to hardstyle, house to techno, and future bass.
Celebrate musical diversity with international headliners, upcoming artists, and local DJ talent.
Agoria – Capoon – Charles B – Joachim Pastor – Lucas & Steve – Maddix – Mark with a K & MC Chucky – Marten Hørger – Ninette – NTO – Omdat Het Kan & Average Rob – Quintino
Blasterjaxx – DJ Licious – Eliza Rose – Elkka – Gordo – Hugel – Lucas & Steve – Netsky b2b Andromedik – Otto Knows – Yves V
Afrojack – Afshin Momadi – Agents Of Time – B Jones – Chico Rose – Chris Avantgarde – Delafino – Goodboys – Hugel – Laidback Luke – Mind Against – Olympe – Regi & Yves V
3 Are Legend – ANNA – Armin van Buuren – CICI – Delafino – Felix Jaehn – Habstrakt – Henri PFR – Jaguar – Kevin de Vries b2b Konstantin Sibold – Lost Frequencies – MATTN – MC Stretch – Nina Kraviz – Regi – Sebastian Ingrosso – Sub Zero Project – Tony Romera – Vintage Culture
Afrojack – Amber Broos – Andromedik – ANNA – Brina Knauss – Dino Lenny – DYEN – Jaguar – Kölsch – Konstantin Sibold – Krystal Klear – Like Mike – Lost Frequencies – MC Stretch – Morten – Neon – Nervo – Sama’ Abdulhadi – Steve Aoki – Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Amber Broos – Bibi Seck – Bountyhunter – Da Tweekaz – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Dino Lenny – DJ Boring – DJ Ward – Felix Jaehn – Joel Corry – MATTN – MC Stretch – Morten – Netsky – Nico Parisi – Salute – Vini Vici – Yves Deruyter
What Should You Expect in Tomorrowland Winter?
Tomorrowland Winter takes the People of Tomorrow on a unique gastronomy trip through the beautiful French Alps. “Tastes of the World” cuisine, created by French and Belgian chefs, features lovingly prepared dishes and drinks made with carefully selected ingredients. There are more than 50 restaurants and bars to choose from, each with its own unique eating experience. There are also barbecues outside and cheese fondues. You can enjoy the wide views as you relax after a busy day of celebrations.
Ski & Snowboard
Prepare for a week of skiing and snowboarding on the best slopes while partying on top of the world with the finest artists. Situated in the heart of the French Alps, Domaine de l’Alpe d’Huez boasts 250 kilometers of mythical slopes catering to every level, from beginners to thrill-seekers tackling the legendary La Sarenne, Europe’s longest black run at 16 kilometers.
For Tomorrowland Winter, the mountains are turned into a party paradise with bright stages where the biggest names in electronic music play. People at the festival can dance all day at different stages that are open to everyone, even people who don’t ski or walk. As the sun goes down, the party goes on in the village of Alpe d’Huez, with the covered and heated Mainstage hosting the best electronic acts in the world.
At Tomorrowland Winter, people from across the globe come together, forming international friendships amidst the beauty of winter. Smiles abound as attendees share the journey of a lifetime. The festival becomes a perfect bonding experience for friends and an opportunity to meet new people who share a passion for skiing and music.
For those not inclined to ski or snowboard, Tomorrowland Winter offers a range of exciting activities. Take a romantic dogsled ride to explore the extraordinary landscape or enjoy the thrill of a snowmobile track. Daredevils can experience a paragliding flight from the mountain’s peak back to the village.
Domaine de l’Alpe d’Huez, aptly nicknamed the “Island in the Sun,” boasts 300 days of sunshine a year. Ranked among the top ski resorts globally, it provides a fairy tale world of ice and snow for a magical week. Explore the village of Alpe d’Huez with its ice rink and Alpine Coaster track, often emerging like an island from a soft blanket of clouds.
Getting There: Transportation
International attendees typically aim for nearby airports in the French Alps. Grenoble Alpes-Isère Airport, Chambéry Airport, and Geneva Airport are popular choices. Grenoble is often a top pick due to its proximity to the festival site. From these airports, shuttle services or private transfers can seamlessly transport festival-goers to the winter wonderland. As an additional option, you can rent a car from the rental agencies at the airports and reach the festival area yourself.
The French railway system provides efficient travel options for those already in Europe. Attendees can consider trains to cities near the festival site, such as Grenoble or Albertville, and then use additional transportation options like shuttles or taxis to reach Tomorrowland Winter.
Things to Know
- Access to Tomorrowland Winter is only possible through the official ticket shop by purchasing a Tomorrowland Package or festival pass.
- The minimum age for entry is 18 years old, and no exceptions will be made, even with adult accompaniment.
- Tomorrowland Winter and Alpe d’Huez provide services for visitors with disabilities, including a Handiplan map, ESF Guide assistance, identified parking spaces, and a Welcome & Information Point.
- Lockers are available at the festival site, and the use of toilets is free, but public urination is strictly prohibited.
- Prohibited items on the festival grounds include animals (except guide dogs), own food and drinks, drugs (except with a doctor’s note), glass, weapons, banners, drones, and other potentially dangerous items.
In conclusion, Tomorrowland Winter Festival is proof of how well exciting winter adventures and powerful musical passion can work together. This magical place has snowy hills that turn into a lively dance floor at night under the stars. Combining exciting days of skiing with electrifying nights of listening to world-class music makes for an unmatched experience. As participants cherish their Ski, Rave, Repeat memories, this unique fusion of nature’s splendor and musical enchantment calls one and all, encouraging a return to this extraordinary celebration that defies expectations and promises everlasting joy. For more winter events options, make sure to check our Netherlands Ice Sculpture blog to see different destinations!