Tomorrowland Winter’s second edition will return to France in 2022

After a magical debut in 2019, the second edition of Tomorrowland Winter will return to the breathtaking French ski resort of Alpe d’Huez in 2022.

People of Tomorrow will unite again for an adventure of a lifetime filled with snow and music as Tomorrowland Winter is scheduled to return high up in the French mountains of Alpe d’Huez on March 19-26, 2022.

The second edition of the snowy EDM festival was originally scheduled for March 2020 before being postponed again this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Also read: Tomorrowland Winter 2021 has been cancelled

For this year, Tomorrowland will air a 2.5 hour livestream show as a tribute to this year’s festival. The livestream will feature views of Alpe d’Huez and exclusive live sets from Martin Solveig x Kungs, Klingande, and Ofenbach later today (Thursday, March 25 at 16:00 CET).

Martin Solveig says,

 “The COVID-19 pandemic made us realize how precious small things are. We’re on top of the world here at Alpe d’Huez and feel very lucky to be part of this. It’s our first time playing a b2b set together, really exciting!”

Kungs says,

“I’m working on a lot of new music at the moment. The vibe of the album I’m working on is really happy and positive. I think I’ll release a couple of tracks before summer and then an album afterwards. I’m going to play one track during our set, it’s called ‘Regarde moi’. I hope the people will like it!”

Klingande adds,

“I’m blessed with the perfect set time – sunset. This goes perfect with my music. I didn’t get to travel since a year now and I haven’t played in so long, so I’m very excited. It’s great to create, but it’s definitely great to perform as well.”

Pre-registrations for Tomorrowland Winter 2022 are now open on the official website.

Tomorrowland Winter debuted in 2019, featuring more than 100 performances from the biggest DJs including Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, and Paul Kalkbrenner.

The highest stage was located on Le Pic Blanc, the highest point of the Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski at a breathtaking 3,300 meters above sea level, overlooking the entire resort.





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