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TWO HUGE NEW FESTIVALS IN AVORIAZ THIS WINTER!

Yes that’s right – not one but two amazing music festivals packed with top name DJs and bands will be held in Avoriaz this coming winter.

Firstly Transition Snow, brought to you by Snowbombing. For those not in the know, Snowbombing is a huge event held in Mayerhofen in Austria each April. The Snowbombing team have chosen Avoriaz for their new venture, Transition Snow which will take place from 13-19 December and features a host of concerts and parties in amazing venues ranging from the open-air main stage with 3000 capacity to après ski parties in Aquariaz and the Igloo, and with, most notably, Dizzee Rascal getting things going on 13th December.  Check out the Transition Snow website http://www.transitionsnow.com/ to see the full range of packages which start from just £99.99 for six days accommodation and festival wristband.

And then there’s Snowboxx, “the ultimate mountain party”, which is relocating to Avoriaz this year from Alpe D’Huez and will take place from 12th-19th March at the same time as the annual Avoriaz Rock the Pistes festival meaning that you’ll be treated to amazing acts right in the middle of the pistes, only accessible by ski and snowboard, teamed with outdoor aprés stages which will roll into night time club parties plus a whole host of events in a range of venues. The line-up is yet to be announced but last years Snowboxx acts included 2manydjs, Blonde & TCTS, and Rock the Pistes has previously hosted UK bands The Claxons and Babyshambles. http://www.snowboxx.com/the-festival.php

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