After a two-year break due to the pandemic, Tomorrowland Winter has announced plans for their return to the French Alps in March 2022.
Close your eyes and imagine a trip with your best friends to a winter wonderland filled with skiing, snowboarding, and some of the best DJs in the world playing their hearts out on stunning stages. Seems like a dream, right? Well, it’s actually a reality for those who attend Tomorrowland Winter.
First appearing like an illusion in the French Alps back in 2019, Tomorrowland Winter brought the People of Tomorrow together for an experience filled with plenty of music and fun on the slopes. But while editions in 2020 and 2021 have been prevented from taking place due to the ongoing pandemic, that hasn’t stopped the organizers from looking to the future as they make plans to return to Alpe d’Huez on March 19-26, 2022.
While limited details about the forthcoming edition have surfaced beyond their initial plans to return, if the debut was any indication then this will be quite the experience. Tomorrowland Winter previously featured artists including Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, and Lost Frequencies, among others, who spun amazing sets on their dazzling stages with a picturesque backdrop acting as the perfect cherry on top. And whether you’re a skier, snowboarder, or someone who just loves to hang out in the snow, there will be something for everyone who attends.
Because this year’s edition couldn’t go on as planned, Tomorrowland Winter brewed up something special for those at home with the Tribute to Tomorrowland Winter concert on Thursday, March 25 at 16:00 CET (8:00 PT). Filmed at Alpe d’Huez, the two and half hour-long show will feature spectacular views along with an all-French lineup including Martin Solveig and Kungs, who will be playing a b2b set, as well as Klingande and Ofenbach.
Tune in to the Tomorrowland Winter Tribute concert on YouTube below, head over to the Tomorrowland website to pre-register for the upcoming edition in 2022, and let us know if you plan to attend in the comments!