Now in its 4th year, Snowglobe continues to be one of the most anticipated events in America year in and year out. This year's jam-packed lineup includes some of today's most popular artists from Skrillex to Zedd to Disclosure. Before we head out for our adventure at Lake Tahoe's festival, we've explored the lineup and marked down 6 can't miss artists for Snowglobe's 4th birthday.
6. What So Not
What So Not is the collaboration of Flume and Emoh Instead that has taken the music industry by storm. What So Not's intention is “The power to make people move, not just fist pump.”
5. Trippy Turtle
Trippy Turtle is one of the pioneers of the Jersey Club genre. Ever 2013 when we discovered Trippy Turtle, we knew he'd be one to watch with incredible releases like “FoFo,” “Give It 2 U” and many more.
4. Djemba Djemba
“Djemba Djemba is music born from a state of permanent contradiction, held together by one underlying and adaptive principle: rhythm. Experimenting with polyrhythms, 90’s FM synths, and the all-important 808 Kick, Djemba Djemba crafts a sound that is both intelligent as it is brain numbing.” – Mad Decent
3. Thomas Jack
Thomas Jack is one of the pioneers of the Tropical House sub-genre. Him and Kygo have been single handedly revolutionizing the festival scene in the past year and we can only expect great things to come from this Australian DJ/Producer.
Odesza are an American duo that formed in 2012 before both Harrison and Clayton graduated from Western Washington University. Their newest album ‘In Return' revolutionized the scene with hit tracks, such as “Say My Name,” “Memories That You Call” and “It's Only.”
1. Porter Robinson
Ever since Porter Robinson released his hit album ‘Worlds,' he has been #1 on our list to see live. As Porter Robinson continues to explore his new depths of musical creativity, Porter is a must-see for his new live performances.
Make sure to plan out your schedule below!