SnowGlobe 2017 nears opening date |

SnowGlobe 2017 nears opening date

SnowGlobe is held Friday, Dec. 29, through Sunday, Dec. 31.
Provided / City of South Lake Tahoe |

It’s back — beginning Friday, Dec. 29, SnowGlobe Music Festival will take over the Community Playfields on Al Tahoe Boulevard for three nights of fist-bumping fun.

Featuring over 50 artists and a fireworks display to ring in the new year on the last night of the festival, SnowGlobe is known as THE South Lake Tahoe-based, bass-dropping music event that no one wants to miss.

This year the festival welcomes headliners Porter Robinson, Dillon Francis, Zedd, Travis Scott and E-40 (yep, apparently he’s still doing things).

“Marking its seventh year at Bijou Park on the Lake Tahoe Community College campus, SnowGlobe 2017 sees a newly improved layout. SG17 features three stages, new interactive art installations and the return of SnowGlobe’s beloved Big Air activation — showcasing professional ski and snowboard demos in between sets on the main stage,” states a press release from LiveLoud Media.

Purchase tickets before you miss your chance — three-day passes are sold-out, but single-day general admission is still available. Check out for additional information, including shuttle and lodging details, and stay tuned to next week’s edition of Lake Tahoe Action for our SnowGlobe survival guide.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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