With Tomorrowland 2018 just around the corner, the festival has announced it will introduce a new chapter to its roster of events: The Hymn of the Frozen Lotus. The iconic music festival will be travelling to Alpe d’Huez in France, a charming village surrounded by mountain tops in the Central French Western Alps. Fans can expect to unite at a higher altitude and enter a completely new story of Tomorrowland.
With 250km of ski slopes draw skiers from all around the world. The resort has something for skiers of all levels of ability: a beginners’ area as well as legendary ski slopes like “Sarenne” (16km).
The resort is at an altitude of 1860m, with its highest point reaching up to 3330m. The view from the top of Pic Blanc offers breath-taking panoramas of the Alps. Alpe d’Huez is located only 1 hour away from Grenoble, 2 hours from Lyon and less than 5 hours from Paris.
Tomorrowland tweeted about the event:
“The beautiful village of @alpedhuez will welcome 30.000 People of Tomorrow during the first edition of Tomorrowland Winter in March 2019. Prepare to unite on an altitude of 2000 meters and enter a new story: The Hymn of the Frozen Lotus…”
Tomorrowland organizer Michiel Beers’ thoughts on the winter wonderland that’s about to come to life within this vast landscape
Tomorrowland Winter promises to be very special in all aspects. The stages set up throughout the ski area, including at an altitude of 3,300m, the brand-new mainstage, the line-up… And all this in the fairytale setting of the French Alps.
We couldn’t imagine a better way to celebrate our 15th anniversary with the People of Tomorrow and we just can’t wait to welcome them to this enchanting, winter wonderland.
You can read more about The Hymn of the Frozen Lotus and learn more about the available packages on Tomorrowland’s website.