Year after year, more ski and snowboard festivals are popping up over Europe. Some are purely music based, others team the festivities with ski and snowboard events. With the huge influx of new winter festivals we’ve picked out some of our favourites if you are thinking about jumping aboard the ski festival bandwagon.
Snowbombing Festival, Mayrhoften
One for the party animals
Snowbombing is the Glastonbury of snow festivals. If you are looking for the best music acts, the wildest après and the most outrageous fancy dress costumes, this is the choice for you. Snowbombing is one of the longest running snow festivals and draws in a massive party crowd that takes over Mayrhofen in late March every year.
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One for a ski festival first-timers
After moving on from its roots in Andorra to larger pastures in Alpe d’Huez, France in 2015, Snowboxx festival has evolved into a huge ski and snowboard festival that rivals some of the larger events that have been around much longer. With a first-rate ski area, diverse après scene and beautiful sunny days in March, Snowboxx festival is a great option to choose as your first winter festival.
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The BritsOne for ski and snowboard enthusiast
Watch the finest British athletes compete in a series of ski and snowboard events held in Laax, Switzerland. Featuring our leading Olympic athletes through to under 12 competitors, skiers and snowboarders can compete in a series of slopestyle, half pipe and ski cross events during the week of The Brits. Expect evenings full of fantastic DJs and music events to compliment a fun filled day on the mountain.
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