Sold-out Tomorrowland Winter kicks off in French Alps

The fourth edition of Tomorrowland Winter kicks off this Saturday in the French ski resort of Alpe d'Huez. The event, once again sold out, will see 22,000 music and ski fans enjoy the talents of around 150 DJs on eight indoor and outdoor stages, as well as a host of snow-related activities over seven days.

The festival lasts a week, although the DJ sets and musical performances take place over four days. Regulars such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Armin van Buuren, Kölsch, Lost Frequencies and Netsky will grace the festival stage this year. Felix Jaehn, Nina Kraviz and Amber Broos have also become Tomorrowland regulars.

For the first time, the crowd-pleasing CORE stage, an integral part of the summer edition of Belgium's biggest dance festival at De Schorre in Boom, will be part of Tomorrowland Winter.

In addition to skiing, snowboarding and music, Tomorrowland Winter 2024 will also offer DJ workshops, sledge and dog sled rides, paragliding and snowshoeing.



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