After 2 Years, Alpe D'Huez Tomorrowland Is Back

After 2 years, Tomorrowland is back! The first Tomorrowland of 2022 will take place from March 19-26 in the beautiful village and mountains of Alpe d’Huez (France).

Tomorrowland has now unveiled the first names of artists who will be performing at the second edition of Tomorrowland Winter, welcoming Adriatique, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Kungs, Lost Frequencies, Martin Solveig, Ofenbach, Paul Kalkbrenner, Quintino and Yves V to play at some of the most dazzling stages high up in the beautiful French Alps on an altitude of more than 2000m.

7 Day Packages for Tomorrowland Winter 2022 go on sale on September 18; 4 Day Packages & Festival Passes Only for Tomorrowland Winter 2022 go on sale on September 25 on

A unique winter festival experience with the world’s finest electronic artists:

The eclectic line-up of Tomorrowland Winter 2022 is stacked with some of the finest electronic artists in the world, catering to fans of all genres and sounds in electronic dance music – from house to techno and trance, there’s something in there for any music fan around the world. Festival visitors will be treated to unforgettable performances throughout the entire day at different beautiful stages in the mountains until sunset – also accessible for non-skiers and pedestrians. Afterwards, people can continue their festival experience in the evening at multiple stages in the village of Alpe d’Huez and party through the night in the new, covered and heated Mainstage.

The mythical slopes of the French Alps

Located in the heart of the French Alps, Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski is the gateway to an outstanding skiing area, boasting 250 kilometers of slopes and 300 days of sunshine a year – ranked among the top-rated ski resorts in the world. The ski area offers fun for every level of skiers and snowboarders: from beginner areas to legendary ski slopes like Sarenne with a length of 16 kilometers. At Tomorrowland Winter 2022, there will also be plenty to do for non-skiers, offering visitors all kinds of winter snow activities that don’t involve skiing or snowboarding.


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