After a successful first Winter event in 2019, Tomorrowland Winter will head back to the Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski resort from the 14th to the 21st March.
With 30,000 fans expected to attend, the French Alps will play host to the likes of Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Lost Frequencies, and Armin van Buuren, and has now released the set times for the event.
Kicking off on Saturday 14th, festival go-ers can expect to see the likes of Double Pleasure, Oliver Heldens, and Mademoiselle Luna across the Tomorrowland Winter stages, including L'Orangerie, which also made its debut at Tomorrowland's flagship Belgium festival in 2019. Sunday will see Aslove and Jared performing opening sets, before another set from Oliver Heldens, and performances from Netsky, and 2019 KNTXT stage host, Charlotte de Witte.
Da Tweekaz, Gianluca Vacchi, and Yves V will take to the Alps on Monday the 16th, before Yves Deruyter opens with a daybreak session, and Lost Frequencies and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano also perform. There'll also be suprise performances from 7PM to 2AM at the official Tomorrowland welcome, taking place at The Chalet.
The rest of the festival will feature performances from Armin van Buuren, Kölsch, Stephan Bodzin, who performs live, and Nervo, alongside more special guests.
You can see the full line-up, stage breakdowns and set times for Tomorrowland Winter here.
The 2020 flagship Tomorrowland festival, which takes place in Boom, Belgium, from the 17th to the 19th July, and again from the 24th to the 26th July, sold out in under five minutes. Among the hundreds of acts performing at the 16th edition of the event, 3 Are Legend will return as headliners, alongside EDM mainstays Afrojack, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Marshmello, Nervo, and Timmy Trumpet. Camelphat, Detlef, and Jamie Jones are also slated for sets on one of Tomorrowland's many stages, as well as DJ Seinfeld, Franky Rizardo, Four Tet, Gorgon City, Solardo, and Solid Grooves co-founder Michael Bibi.
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