You may have heard of the infamous Tomorrowland festival located in Belgium, but the creative storyline of this world loving, major brand, is about to travel to the frosty mountains. That’s right, the upcoming Tomorrowland chapter of “The Hymn Of The Frozen Lotus” transports the festival to all new territory. 2019 is the year to witness what could potentially be the most creative and magical scene yet, set in the mesmerizing French Alps. For an event as large and as popular as Tomorrowland, you know from the word “winter” that this is going to be one crazy ride. As the event is set for 2019 the line-up is not yet confirmed however more details are set to emerge in August so stay tuned for that. What we do know is that the session of Tomorrowland Winter will mean skiing and snowboarding, tobogganing, insane performances, mountaintop parties, and a hell of a good time. From the information that has been released.
Tomorrowland will be using the whole resort as its arena with stages planned throughout the French village and in several spots on the mountains. For food, there are mountaintop restaurants and tastes of the world food stands, as well as local dishes located in the village. As for beverages, well you will never have to look far for those.
‘Skiing, snowboarding, and live music from major artists at Tomorrowland Winter’
So, what are you waiting for? Grab your goggles, dust off your ski jacket and get ready for a wild, snow filled, mountain adventure.
The winter edition of Tomorrowland will take place between Saturday the 9th of March 2019 and Saturday the 16th of March 2019. Tickets are purchased as a package which includes a 7 or 4 night stay with accommodation, festival access, and a lift pass for the duration included in the price. The 7-day festival package will be on sale for €825 per person and the 4-day festival package will cost €685 per person.
Alpe d’Huez is the location for Tomorrowland Winter and is situated in the western French Alps. Chambery Airport and Grenoble Airport are around 120km away from Alpe d’Huez. Airport transfers can cost hundreds of euros, however, Tomorrowland Winter will be arranging a festival bus with more details and specifics emerging in August.
The majority of the accommodation available in Alpe d’Huez is self-catered apartments. These come in all shapes and sizes perfect for families, groups, and couples. There are a few hotels in the town offering wooden lodge style accommodation with food options available. A few ski-in ski-out chalets can be found if booked at the right time. These tend to go quickly, especially for peak season.
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The ski resort of Alpe d’Huez is fantastic for beginners and advanced skiers/boarders. There are over 80 lifts on the mountain with over 110 runs from green runs (beginner slopes) to black runs (advanced slopes). At the top of the mountain, you can find two snowparks along with a halfpipe and a boardercross park. The skiing area covers 10,000 hectares of mountain space and has an altitude of up to 3330m.
Depending on the time in which you visit Alpe d’Huez there are regular ski races, comedy festivals, and motor racing on ice events as well as the opportunity for off-piste skiing/boarding and paragliding.
Aside from enjoying the powder on the mountain, you can also expect a great nightlife scene. The French Alps favorite, La Folie Douce is always jumping offering a range of music and entertainment. Through the town, the bars show all types of live sports and provide drink promotions and live music. If you still have enough energy after all of that you could test your skills on the town’s ice rink or head straight to the clubs and party till dawn.
Tomorrowland Winter will be hitting the slopes of Alpe d’Huez, france on March 9 – 16, 2019.
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