We’re Feeling This Year’s Line-up at the SnowGlobe Music Festival in South Lake Tahoe

Hot bands. Cool temps.

SnowGlobe Music Festival released its highly anticipated artist lineup for the festival’s 7th annual New Year’s Eve celebration in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., on December 29-31, 2017. The premiere three-night outdoor festival returns to its home in the sublime Sierra Nevada Mountains hosting over 50 artists performing on three stages, culminating with a breathtaking fireworks display to ring in 2018 with style. In addition to the dynamic lineup of artists, the unique winter festival offers seamless access to Tahoe’s multiple world-class resorts, allowing patrons to enjoy the alpine setting by day and epic live performances at night— delivering the ultimate New Year’s celebration.

Topping the bill for SnowGlobe 2017 (#SG17) are Dillon Francis, Porter Robinson (DJ Set) and Travis Scott. Zedd, Khalid, Tycho (DJ Set), E-40, Madeon, Alison Wonderland, Snakehips, Gryffin, Troyboi, San Halo, Lane 8 and Jai Wolf also join the party for #SG17.

Now celebrating its seventh year, SnowGlobe returns to Bijou Park on the Lake Tahoe Community College campus, with a newly improved layout. #SG17 features three stages, new art installations, and the return of SnowGlobe’s Big Air activation—showcasing professional ski and snowboard demos in-between sets on the mainstage. Stay tuned for additional details about the #SG17 festival layout, to be announced soon.

SnowGlobe is proud to once again partner with Hotels for Hope, its long-term exclusive lodging partner for #SG17. For every night a lodging accommodation is booked by SnowGlobe patrons, a portion will be donated directly to the Lake Tahoe Boys & Girls Club. Picked as the official Hotels for Hope 2107 recipient, the Lake Tahoe Boys & Girls Club provides children and teens with a safe, positive and welcoming environment where they can have fun and enhance their education and experiences.

Visit the website to choose from dozens of nearby lodging options to fit a variety of needs and tastes.

Regular 3-Day GA, GA + Shuttle, and VIP tickets on sale now at www.snowglobemusicfestival.com

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