Tomorrowland Winter 2022’s Full Lineup Is Finally Here

Two weeks from its second edition, Tomorrowland Winter just announced its full 2022 lineup. The festival will be taking place in mid-March in the French Alps.

When you talk about a week-long festival and a Tomorrowland event, you can only expect the best of the best. Today we discover the full lineup with 100+ artists who will be performing across 6 stages and 4 ‘Friends of Tomorrowland’ stages. In the lineup, we find some Tomorrowland regulars like Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, Charlotte de Witte, Kölsch, Joris Voorn, Netsky, Steve Aoki, Armin van Buuren, and Lost Frequencies. Many other great names complete the lineup as well, including Vintage Culture, Paul Kalkbrenner, Yves V, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Dubvision, and newcomer Anfisa Letiago.

This year we can also see some missing acts and fewer big names and shows for this edition. On the other hand, the uncertainty of the COVID situation this year in France and two years of cancellation definitely made it harder for Tomorrowland to plan and deliver the best possible lineup. However, when looking at the timetable, there will definitely be an act to see or get excited about during the whole week. So between the superstar artists and the handpicked talents, you can only be sure that this edition in French Alps will be something to remember.

Finally, a last ‘surprise’ act is expected on Tuesday for the gathering event, so we will be there to watch out and see what Tomorrowland has in store for us. You can check out the full lineup here.

Indoor and Outdoor Stages

18,000 People of Tomorrow are expected high up in the beautiful French Alps. The ski resort will be all about dancing to live house, techno and other electronic music on different indoor and outdoor stages, including this year’s brand-new, covered and heated Mainstage, along with the Cage, Crystal Garden, CORE and Top Of The Mountain (which sits at at 3,330m) stages. During the week-long festival, visitors will be treated to performances throughout the entire day and night at some of the most dazzling stages – also accessible for non-skiers and pedestrians – with spectacular views of Alpe d’Huez’s mythical slopes and the surrounding mountains.

Tomorrowland Winter will be taking place from March 19 to March 26 in Alpe d’Huez resort in France. You can find more info on the event by heading to the official website.