Tomorrowland Winter packages with lodging in the mountains of Alpe d’Huez have sold out. Fans need not fret, though. Festival passes for the first Tomorrowland of 2022 in France this March are still available.
Packages sold out in a matter of days. Seven-day packages went on sale September 18. Meanwhile, four-day packages and festival passes went on sale September 25.
“Unite for a unique Tomorrowland Winter Festival Experience. Packages (lodging included) are Sold-Out,” Tomorrowland posted on Facebook on Thursday. “Be part of the first Tomorrowland of 2022 and order your Festival Pass now.”
There is “limited availability” for seven and four-day festival passes that do not include lodging, according to Tomorrowland’s website. All tickets include entry to the festival, plus a lift and ski pass. The remaining tickets cost €444 for a four-day pass and €594 for a seven-day pass.
And yes, single-day passes are being sold too – starting November 4 at 11 CT. Pricing for them is not yet available.
Four and seven-day festival packages are sold out. But hopefuls can join the waiting list.
‘A Magical Gathering’
The second edition of Tomorrowland Winter is set to take place March 19 to 26. It takes place at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters.
It will be “a magical gathering of the People of Tomorrow filled with skiing, snowboarding and the best electronic music,” according to its website.
“Celebrate during the day at different magical stages in the mountains until sunset, accessible for everyone,” the site states. “Continue your festival experience in the evening at multiple Tomorrowland stages in the village of Alpe d’Huez.”
Tomorrowland Winter announced the first installment of artists right as it put seven-day packages on sale. They include Adriatique, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Kölsch, Kungs, Lost Frequencies, Martin Solveig, Ofenbach, Paul Kalkbrenner, Quintino and Yves V. More than 100 artists will be in the full lineup.