SnowGloble took place in South Lake Tahoe at Lake Tahoe Community College. What made SnowGlobe a memorable festival is that it brought us into the new year. Getting to SnowGlobe can be tricky but there were lots of shuttles that dropped patrons off at many different locations. From San Francisco, Reno or local which is definitely better than grabbing an Uber or Lyft. SnowGlobe a few years ago did not have platforms to stand on so the dance floor would be muddy and slippery. The last couple of years they now have implemented platforms to stand on making it safer and easier to get around. The stages were well separated as the main stage was one of the first stages you saw when you walked into the festival. Being in the crowd wasn't as fun as having space to dance. Maybe people were trying to get warm with body heat but bumping into one another wasn't an ideal way to enjoy a year end festival.
SnowGlobe was the last three days of December 29, 30 and 31 which made it the busiest weekend in Lake Tahoe with families that vacationed in the snow. SnowGlobe was familiar with receiving noise complaints making obvious with how low the sound projected especially at the main stage. SKRILLEX was the New Years' headliner playing at midnight with is newest song "Midnight Hour" with BOYS NOIZE and Ty Dolla $ign. Definitely a new yearâ€™s night to remember. Skrillex is one of the biggest talents along with FISHER, GIGANTIC, NGHTMRE, GRIZ, E-40 and many more great artists performed as we went in to the new year. The snow definitely added memorable time with friends. SnowGlobe was just one of those festivals you would never forget as it brought you into the new year. Great last festival but just turn the volume up please!
For more information on SnowGlobe please visit their website.