From March 17 to 22, 2024, the sixth edition of the Electronic Peak Les Arcs festival will take place under the theme “Le Chant du Dragon”, an ode to Asian culture. We invite you to experience a week of sport and festivities full of discoveries and surprises on the Les Arcs ski area with:
– free “off” events on the slopes : Bulle Party, Arpette Party, Freestyle Show,
– free “side” evenings for holders of 2 Days or Weekly Pass, otherwise at €8 in resort establishments: Le Ventura at Arc 2000 and Bar Chez Boubou at Arc 1800.
– 3 main evenings with tickets only:
🐉 Folie Party in the privatized Folie Douce restaurant in Arc 1800 on Monday, March 18 from 7:30pm to midnight. Party accessible by gondola lift,
🛼 Dragon Roller Disco at the Centre Bernard Taillefer in Arc 1800 from 7pm to 2am on Thursday March 21, Roller Disco from 7pm to 11pm.
Dragon Warehouse at the Centre Bernard Taillefer in Arc 1800, final bouquet of the festival from 8pm to 3am on Friday March 22.
This year the festival will make a stop at La Folie Douce in Arc 1800 for a bespoke indoor evening with free ski lift access!
The 1000m2 cultural centre is in the heart of the resort. The two major nights of the festival, Thursday 16th and Friday 17th, will take place in a discoid scenographic universe with maximum sound power.
The iconic bar of the station Arc 1800 Le Charvet, Chez Boubou, is the HQ of the festival with the freestyle show, the two open-air after-ski on Tuesday and Wednesday, and the two Boubou Parties (entry to the Boubou Party on presentation of a PASS FULL or PASS 2 DATES ticket, or for 8€ at the entrance).
Ventura is the Arc 2000 party bar with a crazy artistic direction. We will be there on Sunday 12 March from 7 pm (entry on presentation of a PASS FULL or PASS 2 DATES ticket, or for 8€ at the entrance).
This year for the first time The Electronic Peak will stop on the brand new terrace of Arpette located on the heights of Arc 1800! We can’t wait to discover the brand-new stage and the new sound system.
Mythical terrace of the resort at an altitude of 2300 metres where each year the festival begins.
The place is known for the quality of its sound and its tapas, local, but also seafood cuisine!
See you on Sunday 12 March at 12 pm for a good meal and a dance afternoon!