Snowbeat is an electronic music festival in Wittenburg, Germany. Celebrating its sixth edition in 2017, the festival bring an impressive lineup of national and international artists to the town's Alpincenter.
The music on offer is a selection of house, hardstyle, electro and EDM, with global stars like Alan Walker and Headhunterz among those taking to the stage.
The festival is complete with four separate rooms, each adorned with eye-catching decoration and filled with big beats for twelve hours of partying.
The festival takes place in Alpincenter, an indoor ski-slope and snowsports complex in the German town of Wittenburg, around 75km east of Hamburg.Expand Map
The Alpincenter is located on the A24 between Hamburg and Berlin. Take the Wittenburg exit, follow the road (L04), and after about 2km turn left into the street 'Zur Winterwelt'.
The nearest train station is Hagenow Land, linked directly to Hamburg. From there you will be able to catch a bus to Wittenburg.
Alternatively, nearby city Schwerin can be reached by rail from a number of major cities including Berlin, Frankfurt and Hanover. From Schwerin, a bus to Wittenburg will take around 45 minutes.
Hamburg is the closest major airport. From there, travel into the city centre and catch a train to Hagenow from the Central Station. You will then be able to catch a bus from Hagenow to Wittenburg.
You can attend the festival if you are over 16. However those under 18 will need to be accompanied by a designated adult, who must complete this form.