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Electric Mountain Festival 2020

Date 2020-04-02 until 2020-04-03
Location Sölden Giggijoch

Top-class DJs and unrivaled party fun in a truly unique location: Lovers of electronic dance music will be enchanted by this ultimate blend amidst the Hot Spot in the Alps.

The ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL brings the hippest artists of the Electric Dance Music Scene to the Ötztal. Once again, on two entire days Sölden will become the Alps’ ultimate DJ Resort. A splendid Festival that combines skiing fun and party galore at the heart of the Ötztal Mountain World. Special advantage for all fans: the admission to the concerts is already included for holders of a valid Sölden day skipass.

At the monthly ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN PARTYS you can admire TOP DJs on the turntables. Get ready for catchy electronic sounds and party fun in Giggijoch's Funzone at 2,300 meters above sea level.

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Audi Nines

Date 2020-04-13 until 2020-04-18

From the 13th to the 18th of April 2020, the Audi Nines will return to Sölden and Gurgl, Austria for the original snow edition. Building on the success of earlier events at this location, this year’s plans include ever-more spectacular snow features intended to challenge athletes and entertain onlookers, while maintaining the Audi Nines’ standard in progressive snowpark design.

Meanwhile, open-to-the-public events like the Night Shoot on Wednesday the 15th in Gurgl, and the Contest Day on Saturday, the 18th of April in Sölden, will continue to provide the chance for all visitors to witness this snowsports marvel first-hand and free of charge.

“The venues in Sölden and Gurgl will explore new realms of design in snow,” promises Zacek.“ You can expect to see even more incredible action in Big Air and Slopestyle-influenced settings, as well as some pioneering new features, like ‘The Wormhole,’ that may challenge your understanding of physics.”

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