Tomorrowland Winter shares full timetable for 2024 festival

Tomorrowland Winter shares full timetable for 2024 festival

Tomorrowland Winter has shared the full schedule for its 2024 edition.

Returning to the French ski resort of Alpe d’Huez for its fourth event, Tomorrowland Winter will this year take in appearances from big names such as Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki, NERVO, Vintage Culture, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

The likes of Sama’ Abdulhadi, Nina Kraviz and ANNA will represent techno sounds at the festival, while salute, Eliza Rose, Krystal Klear, Jaguar and others will present a more house-focused palette.

In total, 150 DJs and live acts will perform across the festival’s eight days, and this year offers eight outdoor and indoor areas to experience, alongside opportunities for snow sports and more. Stages range from CORE, a huge focal point that epitomises Tomorrowland’s trademark production levels, to the newly added Reflection of Love. Situated in the mountains, rather than central site, the design looks to bring a flavour of the Reflection of Love events in Belgium and Brazil to the Alps. 

All ticket packages for this year’s Tomorrowland Winter have already sold out in advance of the event, which takes place from 16th to 23rd March.

While the full line-up was previously announced in November, you can now see the full timetable by heading to the festival’s website.

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