Tomorrowland Winter Is Heading Back To The Slopes In 2024

Today, global festival giant Tomorrowland confirmed the return of their cold-weather festival, Tomorrowland Winter 2024. The event will run March 16-23, 2024, taking over the Alpe d’Huez ski resort in Huez, France for the fourth time.

This unique festival will once again provide the international experience for which Tomorrowland is known, welcoming both guests and artists from every corner of the planet to dance all day and all night.

Next year, the event will include eight different stages. One is set up at the highest peak in the resort, Le Pic Blanc, offering panoramic views of the snowy mountains.

Others, like the mainstage, will find their home within the resort, covered and heated so the winter chill won’t affect the ability to party.

What makes Tomorrowland Winter unique, though, is that between the incredible DJ sets, guests have complete access to the ski resort, meaning they can enjoy all of the amenities and restaurants available on site, and even spend the day hitting the slopes before turning in for a night of dancing.

Every Tomorrowland Winter ticket includes a lift and ski pass, and in traditional Tomorrowland fashion, there are numerous travel packages available so guests can curate the exact experience that works for them and their group.

Those looking to make the trek up the mountain can begin planning with the Tomorrowland Winter Simulator. The experience is based on two primary packages: four days and seven days.

Seven-Day Packages for Tomorrowland Winter 2024 go on sale on September 23 with four-Day Packages and festival passes for both four and seven days going on sale on September 30. For more information visit Tomorrowland Winter’s official website.

Check out the Tomorrowland Winter 2023 after movie below to get a glimpse into what’s to come next year:

Featured image provided by Tomorrowland Winter.

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