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Announces Stage Splits and Times for ‘Party On Top Of The World’

  • 8 December 2023
Rise Festival

Rise Festival Announces Stage Splits and Times for ‘Party On Top Of The World’

Rise Festival - the party on top of the world - has announced its stage splits as it prepares to deliver the 9th edition of the world’s biggest, independent ski festival. Guests from nearly 50 countries are set to enjoy over 100 DJ sets across 12 stages and venues, as well as some incredible skiing and snowboarding at Les Deux Alpes in France. Stage headliners include Bicep, Jungle (DJ Set), Hybrid Minds, Hedex, Sigma, Sonny Fodera, blk., Hannah Laing, Chris Stussy, LF System, Kettama, Sarah Story, Sammy Virji, Oden & Fatzo, and Mella Dee, with a top-quality lineup of artists in support. Those heading for the action-packed festival of snow, music, and parties can now make their plans across the week, so they don’t miss a moment of their favourite killer DJ set.

The biggest stages across the Rise Festival site have revealed huge headliners for each day, guaranteed to get the crowds bouncing after a day on the slopes. The Alpine Stage has previously hosted the likes of Chase & Status, Seth Troxler, Kano, and Camelphat. 2023 sees more massive names take this coveted slot with Bicep (Sunday), Hybrid Minds (Monday), Sonny Fodera (Tuesday), Sigma (Wednesday), and Jungle - DJ Set (Thursday) headlining a night each.

The Muzelle Stage is at the foot of the slopes and the place for the real party people to go from apres ski to the early hours. Kicking things off on Saturday 9th December, headliners each day are BBC Radio 1 star, Sarah Story (Saturday), Hedex (Sunday), Chris Stussy (Monday), Sammy Virji (Tuesday), Mella Dee (Wednesday), and Kettama (Thursday).

Arena is the indoor venue that hosts the legendary Rise afterparties. Previous afterparties have featured Denis Sulta, Solardo, Michael Bibi and many more. This year is bigger than ever, with LF System (Sunday), blk. (Monday), Hannah Laing (Tuesday), Worried About Henry takeover (Thursday), and Oden & Fatzo (Friday) stepping up to headline a day each.

For those who really want to party at the top of the world, Pano is the place to be, where guests can rave at 2600m. Accessed via ski lift this one will be going off all afternoon. Guests should also keep an ear out for a special secret set, all guaranteed to make Rise Festival 2023 the best one ever.

With headliners and stages confirmed, Rise is ready to deliver an unmissable mix of hi-octane fun, cutting-edge electronic music, the world’s biggest DJ names, and a true festival atmosphere, all set against the stunning backdrop of a beautiful snow-covered village in the Alps and some of the best mountain skiing out there.

For those who couldn’t make it to Rise Festival this year, bookings are open for 2024 - Rise Festival’s 10th anniversary. More info at

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