Snowboard by day - and dance yourself dizzy by night...

LAURENT GARNIER, DJ VADIM and JUSTIN ROBERTSON are just some of the names confirmed to appear at the SNOWBOMBING 2001 snowboarding festival in the French Alps in March.

The event, which takes place, over six days commencing on March 24, is described by the promoters as a "boarding and beats event", and will combine access to some of the most popular snowboarding runs in Europe by day, with the chance to see cutting edge DJs and live acts by night.

The full list of DJs so far confirmed also includes techno legend Derrick May, Psychonauts, The Nextmen and Aim. Stages are being hosted by cutting edge British club-nights such as Bugged Out!, Electric Chair, NY Sushi and Big Beat Boutique.

Tickets, available now, cost #299 and includes travel, accommodation, access to all the Snowbombing events throughout the week, and a comprehensive six-day lift pass.

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