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Tomorrowland Winter adds more names to 2023 line-up

Tomorrowland Winter has added more names to its 2023 line-up. The event will run from 18th to 25th March at the Alps d’Huez ski resort, in the centre of the Oisans region of the French Alps, 1,869m above sea level. 

Axwell, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki and Tony Romera have all now been confirmed. They join previously announced names including Afrojack, Lost Fequencies, Amelie Lens, Martin Garrix, Joris Voorn, ANNA, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Kölsch, Netsky and Ofenbach.

Despite being six months away, all packages for accommodation and festival tickets have now sold out, but seven and four-day tickets are still on sale, and a limited release of one-day passes will be available at 3PM CEST today, Thursday 13th October, from the official website. 

2023 will be the third edition of Tomorrowland’s snowbound throw-down. The first was held in 2019. Two editions were then cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to stars from the electronic music world and the breathtaking mountain-top location, attendees can expect a range of winter sports to be on offer and a focus on local cuisine. 

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