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From January 28 to February 10, 2012, in Avoriaz, hook up with clubbers from all over Europe and take advantage of the snow dance floors for 2 weeks and 50 parties!
Avoriaz is a ski resort that is particularly well liked by skiers: located at the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, the resort will seduce you with its guaranteed snow cover, its pedestrian streets where one can ski, its dynamic and the numerous sporting and other events that are offered to visitors to liven up their days as well as their evenings… Thus, from January 28 to February 10, 2012, after having spent the day on the gentle slopes or the dizzying heights of the ski area, come dance through the night to the electro rhythms of the DJs invited by the resort!
The Avo Nights Parties 2012 are the electro event of the winter which assembles clubbers from all over Europe for wild evenings! And it’s the entire Avoriaz resort which is transformed into a giant snow dance floor for the occasion: every evening, a dozen of the resort’s bars and clubs will welcome DJ Audrey, DJ Oscar, DJ AB Gargia, DJ Kunzu and other rising starts of the electro scene. So rendezvous after a day of ski, every day at 4 pm, to expend your remaining energy on the Snow Place, and to continue the evenings in the bars of Avoriaz, for lively après-ski! And to spice up the event, during the day, professional freestyle ski and snowboard competitions and demos are also scheduled!
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