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Tomorrowland Reveals Details for First Ever Winter Festival

Fans of the Tomorrowland brand will be delighted to know that they are planning to launch an all-new winter edition of their annual festival.

Dubbed (perhaps a little unsurprisingly) as Tomorrowland Winter, the festival is set to take place between March 13th – 15th 2019, at the luxurious Alpe d’Huez ski resort, which is nestled in the picturesque French Alps.

The theme of the festival is centred around what organisers are calling The Hymn of the Frozen Lotus, so your guess is as good as ours regarding exactly what that will entail, although we have it on good authority that curators will be ensuring that the festival offers a fantasy wonderland for attendees who will no doubt be making a trek across the globe to witness the amazing production that is always a huge feature of Tomorrowland shows.

At this juncture, we have no news regarding the line-up for next year’s Tomorrowland Winter festival. However, one only needs to take a quick look at the Belgian leg of the event in order to understand the calibre of artist expected on the line-up for 2019’s snowy shindig.

The festival will come as part of Tomorrowland‘s 15th-anniversary celebrations, so it makes sense that they should celebrate in style, swapping shoes for skis as attendees head to the luxury ski-resort for some beats on the piste.

If you are after any sort of inkling as to what to expect, check out the highlights of Tomorrowland Belgium 2017, below.

Despite the lack of names for this special edition of the festival, organisers have released some festival packages so you can get booked in early. They start at 685 euro for a four-night stay, and 825 euro for seven nights at the festival. We suggest getting in early so you can avoid being disappointed!

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