Tomorrowland Winter is Back and Better than Ever

Mark your calendars, we have the next big thing for your bucket list. Tomorrowland has officially announced that they will be holding the second edition of Tomorrowland Winter from March 19th through the 26th in 2022. The event will be held at the legendary Alpe d’Huerz Grand Domaine Ski deep in the snowy mountains of France. The winter wonderland combines the best of dance music and exciting winter sports activities, establishing itself as a true jack of all trades. As you can tell, Tomorrowland Winter 2019 set massively high standards, with everything from the performers to the gorgeous venue.

The first edition of Tomorrowland Winter brought in over 100 incredible artists, festival-goers from 90 different countries and constructed revolutionary staging. Tomorrowland is known for the grandeur of the venue, and the winter edition continued in the tradition. They fully immersed the festival in the natural beauty of the French Alps, complete with the well-loved festival village and massive stages. They spared no expense, setting records for the largest and most extravagant stages to be built at that level of elevation.  Needless to say, we are beyond excited to see what the second edition holds.

With a heavy heart, Tomorrowland released that they will not be returning in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, they will be honoring this year’s event with a taste of what 2022 will bring. They have transformed the venue into a massive concert area where they will record a two-and-a-half-hour-long show featuring an all-French lineup.

The event will be broadcasted Thursday, March 25th at 8:00 am PST, exclusively on tomorrowland.com. Artists such as Klingande, Ofenbach, Martin Solveig, and Kungs will be gracing the stage and shared with all of us from the comfort of our own homes. They want to give the complete experience, showcasing not only the artists but also the massive stages and sprawling mountains surrounding them. This event is going to be spectacular, make sure to tune in and see for yourself!

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