6 crazy ice experiences at Tomorrowland Winter

Elves from outer space are slowly moving through the snow at Tomorrowland Winter.
The first edition was a hit! The Tomorrowland Winter electronic music festival returns to Alp d'Huez with an extended format from March 14 to 21. On the program: electro in all its forms, of course, but above all, a completely frozen week of celebration for clubbers around the world. Once there, you better be ready to...

#1 - Enter a phantasmagorical universe

Tomorrowland Winter is a world of its own! Enter an incredible universe, worthy of the craziest fantasy-inspired stories. To take part in the festival is to be transported into magical chapters of tales and legends, like the Hymn of the Frozen Lotus from the first edition, in which mountains and snow are the first characters. The festival is like a huge amusement park, high in the French Alps.

# 2 - Drop the bass in the snow

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Full energy on the Tomorrowland Winter Mainstage

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Going to Alpe d'Huez for the Tomorrowland Winter electro festival is only for night owls! From noon to midnight from Saturdays to Tuesdays, then from 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. from Wednesdays to Fridays, the bass drops nonstop for festival-goers. More than 100 DJs from around the world (including David Guetta, DJ Snake, etc.) take turns on the eight stages specially set up for the occasion. The main stage is the largest ever mounted at this altitude: 60 meters (197 feet) wide by 22 meters (72 feet) high. The biggest fans get the 7-day package (with or without transport, lodging at or near Alpe d'Huez), or they take the day pass or the 4-day package. For however long you come for, it's an electric party not to be missed!

# 3 - Hit the slopes disguised as a butterfly

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Listening to electro music in the mountains is great. Listening to electro music on skis is better! Tomorrowland Winter has set up stages on the slopes of Alpe d'Huez, again named this year the "best ski resort in Europe." Festival-goers have access to the entire ski area, where it is not uncommon to come across elves or butterflies with colorful wings sunning themselves (there are 300 days of annual sunshine in Alpe d'Huez) between two chairlifts— From 1,860 m (6,102 ft.) to 3,300 m (10,827 ft.) above sea level. Many surprises await the guests: welcome to the largest amusement park in the mountains!

# 4 - Unite with 25,000 energized clubbers

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Came to surprise you... @ArminvanBuuren

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Tomorrowland Winter stands out as THE annual meeting of electro fans in France. More than 25,000 participants are expected in March in Alpe d'Huez, with more than 90 countries and more than 100 nationalities represented! Half of the participants of the first edition in the Alps already knew about its big Belgian brother, Tomorrowland, organized every summer in Boom, Belgium. Tomorrowland Winter an opportunity to be as one with clubbers from all over the world—please note that you must be of legal age to access this mega mountain festival.

# 5 - Fill up on adrenaline

For those who do not ski, do not panic! Tomorrowland Winter has many more winter activities planned, like dog sleds led by good fairies—but for those still seeking adrenaline, the festival also organizes more classic activities, from paragliding to helicopter tours and ice skating. The name of the game: day and night, no respite!

# 6 - Test psychedelic recipes

After all that, you have to eat! From barbecues in the snow to traditional Alpine specialties, including Belgian, Italian or Thai flavors, there is something for everyone! Discover delicacies and regain your strength before hitting one of the 133 slopes of the Alpe d'Huez ski area before frenzied evenings that will resonate throughout the valley.

Getting to Tomorrowland Winter at Alpe d'Huez