Tiësto, Kaskade, Snoop Dogg booked for SnowGlobe | SierraSun.com

Tiësto, Kaskade, Snoop Dogg booked for SnowGlobe

Adam Jensen
Snoop Dogg is coming to Tahoe this winter for the annual SnowGlobe fest.
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Superstar DJ Tiësto, American producer Kaskade and Long Beach rapper Snoop Dogg (aka Snoop Lion) are featured at the top of the third annual SnowGlobe Music Festival’s bill, according to a Tuesday announcement from organizers.

Zeds Dead, Beats Antique, Gramatik and Dillon Francis are also among the bigger names scheduled for the South Lake Tahoe dance music festival that includes more than 50 artists performing on three stages. An additional headliner is set to be revealed Nov. 3, according to Tuesday’s announcement.

The event takes place Dec. 29-31 on the fields near Lake Tahoe Community College on the South Shore. Advance tickets are on sale now for $149. The prices goes up to $164 Nov. 1. VIP tickets are also available.

Other artists announced Tuesday include Claude Vonstroke, Holy Ghost!, Star Slinger, Cashmere Cat, Kill Paris, Zion I, Justin Martin, Treasure Fingers, Gigamesh, KapSlap, Kastle, Luminox, Love & Light, The Polish Ambassador, Justin Jay, Sirens Ceol, The Floozies, The Vokab Kompany, Gladkill, Bixel Boys, Steffi Graff, Exmag, Syd Gris, Sleazemore, Richie Panic, Option 4, Bells & Whistles, Galen, X5ight, Bob Campbell, Split, Griffin Camper vs. David Oehm, Guillaum, LP, That Sound, Festiva and Luck & Lana with DJ Nykon (featuring of Luckyiam of Living Legends).

More information is available at http://www.snowbglobe musicfestival.com.

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