Rise Festival is from the 12th to the 19th of December, 2020
Second release tickets now on sale
A week of partying, snow-sports and playing in the white stuff on top of the world, Rise Festival is a six-day music festival in the French Alps, at Les Deux Alps resort. Featuring music and parties across multiple stages throughout the snow-covered village, Rise Festival will teach us how to ride all day and then sesh the night away. Meet us there, or ride with us from London, Amsterdam, Barcelona or Brussels.
MEET US THERE INCLUDES:
💃🎟️🕺 Six days Rise Festival ticket including access to Main Stage, The Arena, Apres Ski Parties and the Festival Village
🚠 🏔️ Six day Les Deux Alps ski pass, featuring 220kms of trails for all levels of skier and boarder
In what is likely to be the first real music festival of the post-COVID era, Rise Festival will see revellers from all over the world converge on Les Deux Alps for a week of dancing, high-altitude partying, and snow sports. This will be the perfect opportunity to find the right balance between getting up and making the most of the Alps, the snow, the piste, and then backing it up in the bars, on the dance floors and at the multiple stages of the music festival of an afternoon and at night. Are you down to party on the roof of the world with a crowd of music fans and ski and snowboard aficionados?
A music festival in the french alps
With multiple stages hosting six days and nights of live music and DJs, there will be ample opportunity to get your dancing fix and make up for a 2020 that has been largely music-free. Imagine flying down the mountain and hearing the bass begin to grumble up the valley, hastening your pace so that you might get to the stage for an après ski belly warmer and a bit of a boogie, before spending the night dancing beneath the bountiful stars. Or calling it a day early and join us at the Après Ski parties that kick off at 3pm every day. Have you ever drank alcohol at altitude? It really gets to you. Or if you feel like a more “chill” evening, Rise Festival will take over the Les Deux Alps village where you can bar hop and eat French food, and get yourself well in the mood to go and find the party again.
Some of The best skiing and boarding in the world
These are the French Alps, so you’re going to find more than 200kms of skiable piste, countless off piste trails, slopes for all levels, from absolute beginners to the gnarliest of the gnarlies, snowboard and freeski terrain parks, plenty of powder, the world’s largest skiable glacier, and everything you’ve come to expect from the Alps. Looking out at the mountain in the morning you’ll find your hangover melt away as the impressive magnitude of this mountain terrain pulls you out of your stupor and into your boots.
Rise festival with Stoke Travel
Of course, doing Rise Festival with Stoke is guaranteed to be a loose time. We’ll be throwing exclusive parties and pub crawls, giving “fun” ski and board lessons (basically getting drunk and encouraging each other to do jumps), and will welcome you with a big shindig with food and booze. Also we’re putting on buses from London, Barcelona, Brussels, Breda and Amsterdam, so you can roll into the mountains with a solid crew and really get the party underway in style.
Bookings can be made directly through our website! Follow the ’Book Now’ link on your selected tour and follow the directions to confirm your booking.
How do I change my reservation?
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What happens if I need to cancel my tour?
If you unfortunately need to cancel your tour, please contact us as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations will incur fees or surrender of deposit. Within the first 7 days there is no cancellation fee. After the first week due to tour organisation there will be up to 50% cancellation fee. We will not refund any money within 21 days of tour departure date. We cannot refund Rise Festival tickets.
Do I need a passport and travel visa?
Yes, to travel you will need to have a valid passport with an expiry of at least six months after the end of your tour.
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