Stateline rocks all weekend with A.W.O.L. Snow |

Stateline rocks all weekend with A.W.O.L. Snow

ProvidedWorld-renowned electronic DJ Sander Kleinenberg is among the entertainment for the A.W.O.L. Snow progressive music experience through Feb. 27.

A.W.O.L. Snow is a progressive music experience that will feature world-renowned electronic DJs Sander Kleinenberg, Cedric Gervais, Chris Lake, Bart B More, Manufactured Superstars & Anthony Attalla Feb. 24-27 at some of Lake Tahoe’s most prestigious nightclubs, skiing & snowboarding at Heavenly Mountain Resort, indoor winter pool parties at Onsen Beach.

A.W.O.L. – Another Way of Life – is a mix for the senses: a combination of influential attendees, organized activities and electronic music. After two successful annual events in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, A.W.O.L. is expanding to presenta white-hot winter event, A.W.O.L. Snow, at Lake Tahoe.

The past two annual A.W.O.L. Sun events, held at Nikki Beach at the ME by Melia Resort in Cabo, featured world-renowned electronic DJs such as Calvin Harris, Roger Sanchez, Dirty South, Dubfire, Sharam and LA Riot. Under the sun, A.W.O.L. attendees spent the day as they pleased: relaxing in VIP cabanas, dancing poolside, snorkeling in the Gulf of California or sipping cocktails at the swim-up bar. At night, attendees partied straight through sunrise in Cabo’s most illustrious nightclubs.

In similar fashion, A.W.O.L. Snow will provide guests with an upscale electronic music experience, only this time in the snow-capped mountains of South Lake Tahoe. Held at Harrah’s and Harveys, A.W.O.L. Snow will feature winter sports by day at Heavenly Resort, a mere five-minute walk from the hotel properties. At night, performances by some of the industry’s best electronic DJs will keep the dance floor packed and the energy sky-high at several of Lake Tahoe’s most prestigious venues.

For additional information about A.W.O.L. Snow, hotels, tickets, VIP packages & pricing visit or email

– Provided to Lake Tahoe Action

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