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Tickets still available for SnowGlobe 2015 music festival Dec. 29-31

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Tickets are still available for the SnowGlobe Music Festival, Dec. 29-31in South Lake Tahoe.
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Tickets are still available for SnowGlobe Music Festival in South Lake Tahoe on Dec. 29-31 at the Lake Tahoe Community College Campus, 1 College Drive.

SnowGlobe Music Festival offers the ultimate fusion: music and mountains.

With multiple stages of musicians, the live music includes bands such as Jack U, Kaskade and Dillion Francis.

Skiers, snowboarders and music lovers will find the ultimate escape for New Year’s Eve at the festival and the mountains around it.

Festival hours are: 3-11 p.m. Dec. 29, 2:30-11 p.m. Dec. 30, and 2:30 p.m.-1 a.m. Dec. 31.

The festival is an all ages event. Children ages 10 and under (accompanied by a parent or guardian) receive free admission to the festival.

The music line-up includes Jack U, Kaskade, Dillion Francis, Chet Faker, G-Eazy, Eric Prydz, Ghostland Observatory, Duke Dumont, Run The Jewels, Claude Von Stroke, Cashmere Cat, Galantis, What So Not, E-40, Cut Copy (DJ Set), Justin Martin, Shiba San, Alison Wonderland, Lane 8, Bob Moses, Jai Wolf, NGHTMRE, Hippie Sabotage, Goldlink, J. Phlip, Kyle Gryffin, Autograf, Post Malone, Justin Jay, Vanic, Big Wild, Slumberjack, Zimmer, Hotel Garuda, Louis the Child, Moving Castle All Stars Feat. Robokid, Hunt for the Breeze, Yung Wall Street & Dirty Chocolate, Thriftworks, Rob Garza (of Thievery Corporation), Lex, FDVM, Lafa Taylor, Medium Troy, Pumpkin, Lightyear, Andrew Luce, The Schmidt, Orphonic, LondonBridge, Reuxx, Louis Futon and Will Clarke.

For more information and tickets, visit http://tahoesouth.com/events/snowglobe-music-festival/.


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