Tomorrowland is dedicated to creating a stable and sustainable world for generations to come. To do that, we listed up the different actions we are taking and give you some tips and tricks that help you prepare yourself for your journey to Tomorrowland Winter, to live in harmony at in the mountains and to respect mother nature.
The goal of Love Tomorrow is to leave the mountains cleaner than ever before. Together with local teams, who guide and assist us, we want to recycle and reuse as much materials as possible.
Do not throw you cigarette butts on the ground, there are pocket ashtrays and ashtrays available on the festival site. Recycle bag packs going around the festival site make it easy and fun to collect your waste. The well-known calyx bins can be found throughout the whole festival site. Reusable cups can be collected in the different bars and collection points at the festival.
Respect the mountains and leave a positive footprint.
Respect each other and do not act without consent. Respect each other’s integrity and make each other feel safe. Make sure everything you do is consensual. This means there is mutual agreement between two or more people to engage in interaction. If you would feel unsafe, notice that our staff is always happy to help you.
Respect each other, do not act without consent and make each other feel safe. If in any situation you feel unsafe, notify the staff and they will help you in the best way possible.
Be thrifty with your ski clothing and equipment. You do not need new gear every year, and if you buy new clothing invest in high quality material that lasts longer. If you do not go on ski holiday often, renting clothing or material is more sustainable. Be conscious about how material is produced and choose for sustainable snow sport brands.
The goal is to have 100% green energy by 2030. Today, we use as much energy from the local grid system, and we are investing in biofuels. Energy management is not only about getting green energy but also about reducing the amount of energy used. Therefore, we are researching alternatives to reduce the energy usage year after year.
Tomorrowland calculated its water footprint. The ambition is to reuse as much as water possible. As a visitor of Tomorrowland, please do take in account your water usage and limit your shower time.
The coming year a CO2 footprint calculation will be made. The result will be the leading document during the following years to prioritize and take sustainable actions.
We are constantly looking for ways to have less transport on the road. To give an example, stages are stored locally to use them the year after.
Give priority to a sustainable way of transport. Taking the bus, the train or even sharing a car, makes travelling to Tomorrowland Winter more fun and above all is good for the environment. If you travel by car, be sure that you checked everything before departure and do not forget to pack snow chains in case of extreme weather conditions.
Pack light and bring only the necessities, packing light is so much easier and better for the environment since you use less fuel when packed light. You can rent your ski material at Alpe d’Huez, easy and less weight during your trip. Prefer reusable packaging and avoid plastic.
At the festival site free earplugs are available. You can get them at the info points. Be kind to yourself and be conscious about what you consume. Drink more water. Free water is available at the festival site. Eat healthy and eat a variety of foods, fruits and veggies. This will make you feel fitter and better.
Do not forget to pack your sunscreen as sun at the mountains is very dangerous.
Thank you for contributing together with us to live in harmony with nature. We are blessed to have Tomorrowland Winter at the beautiful mountains of Alpe d’Huez. Enjoy your Magical Journey at Tomorrowland winter and gather memories that last!
French law prohibits you from being in possession of illegal drugs and therefore bringing them to festivals. There will be strict security measures in place which may include full searches on arrival and drug detection or ‘sniffer’ dogs. If you are found with drugs once on site, you will not be allowed to go into the festival. Security measures are there to help keep you/festivalgoers safe. All drugs are potentially dangerous; there are no harmless drugs. The only way to avoid risks is not to take drugs at all. Take care of yourself and look after each other.
This page will be updated several times as the festival is coming closer.