Every year, Tomorrowland Festival is under the watchful eye of the electronic dance music scene, be it the revellers and artists who attend the event of those who simply enjoy the live streams around the world. For most the music event has become an iconic symbol of electronic music, a place where the magic happens, memories are made, and moments are shared between different nations and people. Tomorrowland’s stature as one of the biggest music festivals in the world continues to grow and grow with each passing year. Now the festival has taken another step to expand its global presence with a winter festival coming March in 2019.
So how do we know the Belgium festival is expanding? Well, a ski resort in the French Alps called Alpe d’Huez has begun to look for ambassadors to help sell tickets for the Tomorrowland winter edition. On their website, details can be found about how the resort was a candidate to host the event. The website reads:
The Town Hall of Alpe d’Huez, the Tourist Office and the Ski Area (SATA) unite to support together a major project to revitalize the image of the resort and make it shine as well on the national plan that international. Their choice stopped at the world-renowned music festival, Tomorrowland. The candidature of the resort of Alpe d’Huez has been retained by the organization provided that it fulfils certain essential criteria that are in harmony with the values of Tomorrowland. That’s when the “Alpe d’Huez – Team 2019” project was born, a grouping of all the main actors of Alpe d’Huez and ambassadors who want to see their resort dynamized and stimulated by tourism different and innovative.
More evidence of the winter festival is that Tomorrowland has purchased the domain ‘tomorrowlandwinter.com’. We will certainly be keeping an eye on the details, but it looks like we will be able to experience the magic of Tomorrowland more than once a year.