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SnowGlobe Music Festival after-parties happening around the South Shore

Pumpkin will be among the performers at Official SnowGlobe After Parties this week.
Courtesy / Louis Fisher |

If you go

What: SnowGlobe Official After Parties

When: Tuesday, Dec. 29, through Thursday, Dec. 31

Where: Various locations at the South Shore

Tickets: Tickets start at $25. Must have a SnowGlobe wristband to attend.

Info: http://www.snowglobemusicfestival.com/sg15afterparties

Tep’s Villa Roma, Xhale Bar & Lounge, Whiskey Dick’s Saloon and the Loft are among the South Shore bars and restaurants scheduled to host Official SnowGlobe After Parties this week.

The festivities kick off Tuesday night following the first day of the SnowGlobe Music Festival next to Lake Tahoe Community College. More than a dozen artists from the festival will keep the party going into the early morning hours at the official after-parties Tuesday, Dec. 29, through Thursday, Dec. 31.

Hippie Sabotage, Vanic, Slander, Nghtmre, Claude VonStroke, B2B and Justin Martin are among the SnowGlobe artists taking the party into the wee hours Tuesday, Dec. 29. Pumpkin, Alison Wonderland, Slumberjack, Spaceyacht and Zimmer are included in the late-night performers on Wednesday, Dec. 30. Louis the Child, Goldlink, Andrew Luce, Option4, The Schmidt and FDVM are among the performers at the after-parties Thursday, Dec. 31.

Attendees must have a SnowGlobe wristband, either single-day or three-day, and a ticket to an after-party to attend. Tickets to the after-parties range from $25 to $35.

More information is available at http://www.snowglobemusicfestival.com.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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