Ravers at French rave Teknival were treated for hyperthermia at the weekend.
The event is a key part of the French electronic underground, running for more than 25 years.
Around 10,000 people descended on the rave over the weekend, but plummeting temperatures caught many out.
The thermometer fell to minus three degrees Celsius, with heavy snowfall interrupting the site in the central Creuse region.
Red Cross helped a number of raves, with only two people being taken to hospital. Conditions definitely effected play, however - by the final day less than 2000 people were said to be on site.
Teknival: Rave-goers get hypothermia after unexpected snow in France: About 30 people at Teknival had to be treated after it snowed unexpectedly in France. https://t.co/cDWwq4JTLa pic.twitter.com/FDsvlGAHtW— TURKAZZİ.COM (@turkazzi) May 7, 2019
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