Tomorrowland Winter 2022 dates are hereTomorrowland Winter

Tomorrowland Winter 2022 dates are here

Following numerous cancellations due to the pandemic, Tomorrowland Winter has returned with its dates for next year and will be celebrating in Alpe d’Huez, France from March 19 – 26, 2022. For those hoping to attend next year’s event, pre-registration has already begun. 

In an email, Tomorrowland stated,

“The second edition of Tomorrowland Winter was canceled just before the start in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to organize a festival in Alpe d’Huez in 2021 either, but Tomorrowland is convinced that this will be possible again next winter. After a two-year break, the festival will return to Alpe d’Huez from March 19 – 26, 2022 to organize the ultimate musical winter sports holiday – gathering the world’s best DJs in the village and on the mountains at its dazzling stages, which Tomorrowland is renowned for all around the world.”

While a 2021 edition of the festival was not possible due to the pandemic, Tomorrowland Winter managed to put on a tribute concert in the French Alps featuring Klingande, Ofenbach, and a back-to-back with Martin Solveig and Kungs

Tomorrowland Winter held its inaugural festival back in 2019, the venue high up in the Swiss Alps at a French ski resort, Alpe d’Huez. Last year’s festival had been called off shortly before it could begin, and had been one of the first events to be canceled due to the pandemic. In October, organizers announced that the festival would not be returning in 2021.

Tomorrowland also shared the dates for its annual summer festival, which had to be canceled last year as well. While usually taking place in July, this year’s festival is expected to return on August 27 – 29 and September 3 – 5, “for 2021 only.” 

While none of Tomorrowland’s festivals were able to occur last year due to the pandemic, organizers transitioned online, hosting the digital festivals United Through Music, Around the World, and Tomorrowland New Year’s Eve. The festivals hosted streams from the likes of Tchami, Martin Garrix, Tiësto, and more.

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