sit hütte

sit hütte

dancing in full snowboard gear into the sunset behind the glowing mountains

Location: 

Sonnenbergstrasse, 7050 Arosa, Switzerland

Duration: 

Friday, March 17, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. sit hütte: hip restaurant and bar in the epicentre of the Arosa ski resort
  2. Arosa Electronica: one of the main outdoor stages on the mountains
  3. Sunset: dancing until the glowing sun disappears behind the mountains
  4. Lineup: Adana Twins, Re.You, Ray Okpara, Ruede Hagelstein, Ezikiel
  5. Culinary: serving a special ladies burger with incredibly pink bread (missed)

Image sources

  1. sit hütte logo
  2. Inside the sit hütte
  3. The dancing crowd
  4. Random DJ at work
  5. Dancing in the sun

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