Rise Festival is an action-packed week of snow, music, and festivities held in the incredible snow-covered village of Les 2 Alpes France.
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We're music-at-altitude, we're 220km of pistes, we're France's second-oldest ski resort found on Europe's largest skiable glacier, we're six nights and seven days of partying and skiing. We're the best week of your life. Welcome to the world of Rise - the world's largest, independent ski festival.
Whether you were born with skis on your feet or you’re new to the game, there’s something for everyone in Les 2 Alpes. With Europe’s largest skiable glacier and 220km of piste - you’re guaranteed a great time on the mountain.
We bring a host of world class artists; from Grammy nominated to platinum recording acts, performing on picturesque stages nestled high up in the heart of the Alps.
From cheese fondues to paragliding, Les Deux Alpes serves up more than just time on the slopes. Amp up your week at Rise - it’s what sets it apart from the rest. Adventure awaits.
Do something different with your December. Sign off from reality and immerse yourself amongst snow-capped mountains, like-minded people and music guaranteed to hit the right note.
This Black Friday only for €607 per person you'll get:
Rise 2023 Festival Ticket
7 nights of accommodation
Free Ski or Snowboard Hire Free 6 Day Lift Pass
Or for just €320 - get your ticket and lift pass on their own
Pay with a €113 deposit (final payment due 1st April) or a 10 month payment plan.
Our most popular choice. Choose from self-catered apartments, hotels, hostels or chalets, this package includes everything you need for the best week on top of the world.
6-Day Lift Pass
Ski or Board Hire
Festival Ticket & Six Day Lift Pass
Includes your Rise festival ticket and lift pass, but gives you the flexibility to book your accommodation elsewhere. If you need any guidance on this, just get in touch with the team.
6-Day Lift Pass
We’ve been bringing the best music to the mountains for almost a decade and it’s time you discovered what all the fuss was about.