Tomorrowland Winter will carry out a live broadcast paying tribute to the festival on March 25 from Alpe d'Huez.
In October of 2020, Tomorrowland Winter announced the cancellation of the festival for the second time in a row. Faced with the uncertainty of being able to take place, they decided to postpone the event again, and you are waiting for Tomorrowland Belgium can be held this summer of 2021.
Many of the festivals that were canceled offered fans of the event a live broadcast. The first to start the wave of cancellations were Ultra Miami y Tomorrowland Winter. Due to the unexpected situation, they did not have time to organize something or even rethink it. However, on the part of Tomorrowland, two digital editions later arrived with Around The World y 31.12.2020.
Unexpectedly, as the festival is used to, Tomorrowland will once again perform a livestream, but this time in honor of the Winter edition. The next 25 de March de 2021, there will be a live broadcast under the Tribute name from Alpe d'Huez. A location that will not leave anyone indifferent and at more than 2.100 meters of altitude. The invited artists for the occasion are Offenchab, Klingande or with a B2B between Martin Solveig & Kungs. You can follow the broadcast from 4pm CET on the official Tomorrowland page and on official channels such as YouTube.
The artists share a few words with all the followers because of the live broadcast that will take place.
The COVID-19 pandemic made us realize how precious small things are. We're on top of the world here at Alpe d'Huez and feel very lucky to be part of this. It's our first time playing a b2b set together, really exciting!Martin Solveig
I'm working on a lot of new music at the moment. The vibe of the album I'm working on is really happy and positive. I think I'll release a couple of tracks before summer and then an album afterwards. I'm going to play one track during our set, it's called 'Regarde moi'. I hope the people will like it!Kungs
I'm blessed with the perfect set time - sunset. This goes perfect with my music. I didn't get to travel since a year now and I haven't played in so long, so I'm very excited. It's great to create, but it's definitely great to perform as well. "Klingade