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Snowboxx 2013


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The Basics

22-28 March 2013
Arinsal, Andorra

SNOWBOXX is one of a kind. Half music festival, half holiday on a mountain, in a tax haven. A ski / snowboard holiday on some of the best slopes Europe has to offer. One unforgettable week with parties above 2,000 metres, world famous Après Ski in the resort, plenty of huge outdoor stages, pub tours, indoor club events, local UK brands and more.

Though main acts are to be announced, over the week-long festival expect breakthrough acts, grassroots talent and a few special guests, all of whom will make the most of the great production inherent in all aspects of this festival. Bass. Hip hop. Funk. Punk. House. Techno.

What’s more, accommodation for this event is excellent value for money offering friendly local hospitality and located in the centre of all the action: Arinsal. Away from music and skiing or snowboarding, there is plenty to do - from BBQs to drinking in local bars cut out of rock, scoffing pizza or sampling local a la carte delicacies in the vast array of quality restaurants in and around the resort.

SNOWBOXX is an affordable ski-holiday cum music experience set in one of the most undiscovered ski resorts in Europe. It offers plenty of extras from parachuting to night skiing. What’s not to love?


The line-up of artists is yet to be confirmed. However, expect the best from bass, house, dubstep and techno. The famous Gold Teeth UK club night will host a night; other events will have Ibizan DJS playing the best of house and bass.

The Venue

Snowboxx 2013

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Andorra is incredible.  The ski area is huge, with some of the best pistes in Europe. Andorra’s biggest powder dump of the year is in March, just in time for Snowboxx.  When you come to Snowboxx, you’ll get some incredible skiing, fresh powder, and a tan. And for this week, Snowboxx will have the resort to itself. Experts will love the competition level slopes (Andorra was home to the Alpine Ski world cup in 2012), famed off-piste and untouched, perfectly crafted freestyle parks. Intermediates should check out Arcalis, which has by far the best skiing in the Pyrenees.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What We Love

What We Love

  • You won't have to break the bank to go out: Andorra is a tax haven - meaning that drinks are tax free.

  • The Vallnord ski area is one of Europe's best kept secrets: Snow magazine say Vallnord is "rightly famous for its fun and friendly environment, excellent English speaking ski schools and high value, often lively apres-ski, particularly in Arinsal."

What To Know

What To Know

  • Your lift pass covers three different resorts, to ensure you won't get bored - Arinsal, Pal and Arcalis. The resorts have the highest skiable drop in the Pyrenees, of 1km.

  • Want to do get extreme with the skiing? There is a freestyle area in Vallnord; Snowboxx will run Mogul Clinics and Off-Piste trips for the more adventurous.

    If you're just starting out don't worry - Arinsal is known for its ski schools, with a large amount of native english speaking teachers. Classes run from 12 - 3pm, and are Snowboxx only.

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