Making the Tomorrowland Winter festival accessible for the greatest number of people, in all their diversity, has always been one of Tomorrowland's strong commitments.
Located in a ski resort, between 1800 and 3330m of altitude, Tomorrowland Winter is by nature a little less accessible than festivals in town or in the valley. Nevertheless, it pays a particular attention to your comfort and wishes to make you live a magic and unforgettable adventure even with a disability.
How to get around the festival in the resort: the HandiPlan
The HandiPlan is a map of the festival detailing all the useful information for people with disabilities. You will find information on the accessibility of the different stages, the most suitable paths and all the necessary information to facilitate your arrival and your movements: information point, parking lots, adapted toilets, etc.
This map will be available at the Welcome and Information Point for people with reduced mobility installed at the entrance of the " Visitor Experience Center " in the Palais des Sports de l'Alpe d'Huez. You can park your vehicle in the spaces provided for this purpose.
How to get around between the stages in the mountains: Your ESF guide
The ESF (French Ski School) teams know the ski area like the back of their hand. Equipped with several materials adapted to your handicap, they can make you discover the pleasures of skiing and accompany you to each of the mountain stages of Tomorrowland Winter. They are your best asset to live the mountain differently and enjoy the best DJ sets in altitude.
Find all the information as well as the online reservation form here.
Good to know for your comfort:
- Identified and free parking spaces are available on request. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the festival (subject to availability).
- To facilitate access to the greatest number of people with disabilities, the number of accompanying persons on the platforms is limited to one person. Both you and your companion must have a valid Festival ticket.
- Guide dogs for visually impaired people are accepted on the festival. Send your access request by email to email@example.com before the festival.
- A Welcome & Information Point where a team of dedicated volunteers, the Accessibility team, welcomes and accompanies you. You will find them at the entrance of the Visitor Experience Center at the Palais des Sports in Alpe d'Huez.
- Adapted platforms or spaces are provided for people with disabilities on the indoor and outdoor stages: Mainstage, The Cage, Youphoria, CORE, Crystal Garden and Frozen Lotus.
Need a personalized service?
For any additional information and to ensure a personalized service, contact the Tomorrowland Winter team at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For your well-being and comfort, Tomorrowland Winter accompanies you to live the best of the mountain festivals.