Polaris Festival is an electronic music festival in Verbier, Switzerland. Taking place 2,200 metres up in the Alps at Le Mouton Noir ski resort, this one will send you to the clouds, literally.
With the main stage located directly on the slopes, festival-goers can ski or board throughout the festival. The resort itself is also known as one of the best off-piste sites in the world, so it's not like you're settling for icy groomed runs just to see some great sets.
The music focuses mainly on house and techno, and with previous lineups featuring the likes of Moodyman, Seth Troxler, and Luciano, you know you're getting the best.
Hit the slopes all day, watch a gorgeous sunset over the mountains and get ready to party. It doesn't get much better than this.
Le Mouton Noir is a ski resort at 2,200m in the Alps. The festival's main stage sits directly on the ski slopes, making for an even more awe-inspiring experience.
The nearest airport is Geneva Airport (GVA). From there take the train to Martigny (1 hour 50 minutes) and then transfer to another train to Le Châble (30 minutes). From here hop on the gondola up to Le Mouton Noir ski resort.
Verbier can also be accessed by train but may require a transfer. Get off at Le Châble.
Polaris Festival is an 18+ event. You may be required to show ID upon entry.