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5 Sets Bringing Heat To Snowglobe 2016

Everyone here at Only The Beat is getting in the holiday spirit; we've checked our list, then checked it twice.  Regardless if you've been naughty or nice, here are five sets you won't want to miss if you're headed to Snowglobe Music Festival on the 29th - 31st of December this year in South Lake Tahoe. I made what became a very complicated, 2360 journey to the show last year and you can check out my misadventures here:


1. Illenium Illenium is a producer who has certainly distinguished himself from others with an unrivaled ability to create an immersive emotional experience through his music and live performance.  Be sure to catch his live set during at the festival. 2. Joyzu An up and coming duo made up of band members Quinton Pope & Carson Willms,  best friends who truly have a passion for music. These two are changing the sound of dance music with each release, and we're looking forward to catching their live set and their unique and versatile talents in the snowfall. 3. Party Favor A personal favorite of mine and currently one the fastest rising names in dance music. His edgy style helped pioneer the festival trap genre, which is exhilarating and thrilling audiences around the globe.  Party Favor is paving his way into 2017 with no plans of slowing down. "I just want to make stuff that’s crazy energy and makes you groove.” 4. Point Point All the way from Paris, listening to their music gets us amped up and ready to dance - which is really what matters most! 5. Whethan Ethan Snoreck, better known by his stage name Whethan, has wasted no time releasing some of this year’s most upbeat electronic tracks.  At sixteen he became the youngest producer ever to release a record on Australia’s leading electronic label, Future Classic.  Be sure to check out his set - he will not disappoint.
You've heard from me...what are your "can't miss" sets at Snowglobe 2016? Even though the artists will be bringing fire with them, remember its important to dress for the occasion. Follow the link here to view a list of things you should consider packing in order to stay warm (earmuffs, scarves, gloves, etc.). Keep in mind that current weather reports are forecasting snowfall for all three nights, and it might get as low as 23°! Looking forward to celebrating the New Year again with you all!


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