Tomorrowland Winter announces full streaming schedule
One World TV and Radio will offer up to 12 hours of mountain top broadcasts per day
Tomorrowland Winter has unveiled its full streaming schedule for this year's festival, which runs 18th - 26th March at Alpe D'Huez, France.
Fans without tickets for the snow-capped event will be able to tune in from home via the Tomorrowland website, as well as the official app and YouTube channel.
Headliners over the course of the festival include ANNA, Axwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Lost Frequencies, Amelie Lens, Martin Garrix, Tony Romera, and MANDY. A full timetable can be found here.
Beginning on Monday 20th March, Tomorrowland's own One World TV will offer viewers a unique chance to explore the festival before most of the action begins, with a small number of artists performing from Saturday to Monday, and site preparations coming to an end. Standout moments from the 2022 edition and artist interviews will also air.
Once the music starts, video broadcasts will focus on highlights from across all the stages Wednesday to Friday between 7PM and 9PM CET. Footage of main stage sets will be streamed between 9PM and 2AM CET, with the best of the week shown over the final weekend.
Meanwhile, One World Radio will exclusively stream The Gathering opening party on Tuesday, with Vintage Culture, Joris Voorn, Steve Angello, and Afrojack all set to play. Broadcasts will then run for 12 hours daily, through to the weekend.
Tomorrowland Winter's radio coverage will also be available on DAB+ radio in Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Malta and the UK. Some listeners in Europe can tune in on analogue devices, too, with coverage hitting 92.1FM in Romania and 101.1FM in Spain, including Mallorca and Ibiza.
Last month, Tomorrowland's flagship summertime Belgian festival unveiled its full line-up for 2023.