Tomorrowland Winter: Full Line-Up Revealed for 2024 Edition

Georgia Matthews

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Tomorrowland Winter 2024: Get Ready for the Ultimate Snowy Festival Experience

Get your winter gear ready because Tomorrowland Winter is back and it’s set to be an unforgettable experience. From March 16 to 23, 2024, Alpe d’Huez will transform into a magical wonderland where music, nature, and winter sports converge.

An Impressive Lineup of World-Class Artists

  • Agents Of Time
  • Agoria
  • Alesso
  • ANNA
  • Blasterjaxx
  • Brina Knauss
  • Chris Avantgarde
  • Eliza Rose
  • Krystal Klear
  • Laidback Luke
  • Lucas & Steve
  • Mind Against
  • Nina Kraviz
  • Olympe
  • Otto Knows
  • Quintino
  • Sama’ Abdulhadi
  • Sub Zero Project
  • Tony Romera
  • Vini Vici
  • Vintage Culture
  • Yulia Niko

No matter what genre or sound you love in electronic dance music, this lineup has got you covered. With 150 of the planet’s greatest artists performing across 8 indoor and outdoor stages, you’re guaranteed to find your groove and dance the night away.

All Packages Sold Out (Festival Passes Still Available)

Unfortunately, if you haven’t secured your Tomorrowland Winter package yet, it’s bad news. All packages that include lodging have been sold out. But festival passes still remain ready for purchase.

The demand for this unique winter festival experience has been overwhelming, so make sure you stay on top of the ticket release dates for future events. 

Two New Captivating Stages: Reflection of Love and CORE

Tomorrowland Winter 2024 promises to up the ante with two new stages that will leave festival-goers mesmerized.

Taking inspiration from the fabulous stages in Belgium and Brazil, the Reflection of Love and CORE stages will be the highlights of the festival. Expect breathtaking visuals, mind-blowing sound systems, and performances that will transport you to another world.

So mark your calendars for Tomorrowland Winter 2024, a festival that brings together music, winter sports, and unforgettable experiences.


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If you’re seeking a place to stay around the Alpe d’Huez skiing area, look no further. We’ve gathered up some of the top accommodations you might want to consider.

Top-Rated Hotels Near Alpe d’Huez

The first highly recommendable option is the Alp’Azur Hotel. This hotel has received numerous praises for its impeccable service and cozy, warm ambiance. It’s located just a short ride from the slopes, granting easy access to all your skiing & festival activities.

Next up, consider the Hotel Le Pic Blanc. It offers a stunning panoramic view of the Alps and the joy of staying in high-standard rooms. What sets it apart is its serene and tranquil environment, making it the perfect retreat for anyone needing to unwind.

We also recommend you not to overlook the Chalet Hotel Les Cimes. This family-friendly hotel provides uniquely styled rooms, an inviting restaurant, and a relaxing wellness center. Its prime location near the slopes makes it a favorite among ski enthusiasts.

Charming B&B options

For a more homey stay, a few Bed and Breakfast options stand out. Chalet Morville and Chalet Ribot both offer comfortable rooms, friendly service, and a delightful breakfast to start your skiing day off right.

Amenities at these accommodations

All of the mentioned hotels and B&Bs have something unique to offer. Here are some common amenities you can expect:

  • Spacious, comfortable rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Excellent customer service
  • Proximity to the slopes
  • Quality dining options

Summary of Hotels

This handy table gives a quick overview of key features of these top selections.

NameDistance from slopesUnique selling point
Alp’Azur HotelClose proximityWarm ambiance and impeccable service
Hotel Le Pic BlancClose proximityTranquil environment and panoramic view of the Alps
Chalet Hotel Les CimesImmediate accessFamily-friendly atmosphere and wellness center
Chalet Morville (B&B)Close proximityHomey ambiance
Chalet Ribot (B&B)Close proximityComfortable rooms and friendly service

A well-chosen place can elevate your festival holiday to the next level, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

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A Muso’s Guide to Essential Winter Gear for Music Festivals

Layer Up Like a Pro

There’s a common misconception that ‘Winter = Bulk’. Well, in my experience, dressing for a winter music festival requires less about bulk and more about layers. If you’re dancing and grooving within a crowd, you’re bound to heat up pretty quickly. Here’s the rundown on my go-to layering strategy:

  1. Thermal Underlayer: I always start with a thermal top and bottom.
  2. Insulating Midlayer: Then we add on a wool sweater or fleece jacket.
  3. Waterproof Outerlayer: And finally, a waterproof jacket and pants to top it all off.

Boots that Mean Business

We’ve all been there, standing in the freezing cold, unable to feel our toes. That’s why having a solid pair of insulated, waterproof boots are a must. I’ve found that boots with good traction also work wonders when you’re navigating the winter mosh pit slush.

Accessories to Ace the Winter Chill

Keeping a Lid on Things

A significant amount of body heat is lost through our heads, so a decent beanie or hat is essential kit. From my experience, go for wool or synthetic fabrics with a fleece-lined interior for optimum warmth and comfort.

Gloves: Your Festive Wingman

Next up, gloves. A good pair of gloves is like your best wingman: they’re there to support you unconditionally, specifically by keeping your hands warm and your festival experience smooth. Choose gloves that are both insulating and waterproof. If you’re fanatical about those Instagram moments, get a pair with touchscreen capability.

Sunglasses: Not Just for Summertime

Think sunglasses are just for summer festivals? Well, think again. Wintertime can produce some serious glare, especially if you’re out in the snow. A good pair of UV-protectant sunglasses can protect your eyes and keep you looking cool as a cucumber.

Blankets and Hand Warmers

For those chilling moments between sets, it’s nice to have a portable blanket for some additional coziness – and shared warmth makes for great camaraderie. I also like to keep a stash of hand warmers on me – they fit easily in the pocket and can be a real winter lifesaver!

Hydration Pack

Last, but definitely not least, hydration packs. Winter air often gets a bad rap for being too dry, so staying hydrated is crucial to keep both energy levels high and lips chapped-free. My advice is to choose a hydration pack with insulated tubing to prevent water from freezing.

Wrapping It Up

And there you have it folks, my hot take on essential winter gear for music festivals like Tomorrowland Winter.

Preparation is everything. So, layer up, grab those practical accessories and remember, winter is just another festival season to be conquered.