The seriously cool Snowtunes festival is back for another year
Snowtunes has been spending the last three years earning its reputation as one of the finest festivals in all of Australia, and now, the festival has dropped the stunning lineup for its fourth year.
Yes, announced just last week, Snowtunes revealed that this year’s festival is set to include some huge sets from the likes of Rudimental, Violent Soho, Meg Mac, The Smith Street Band, Bec Sandridge, and much more. But that’s not all, with a large amount of Snowtunes’ appeal coming from its snowy locale, giving attendees a rather unique experience.
Located in the snow-capped mountains along the pristine shores of Lake Jindabyne, Snowtunes has made a name for itself as one of the most picturesque music festivals going around, and provides punters with one of the only chances they’ll have to listen to some amazing local tunes while hitting the slopes.
Check out our video below for more information about this year’s festival!
Introducing Snowtunes Festival 2018
One Day Apart
The Smith Street Band
Friday, August 31st – Saturday, September 1st
Open Air Stage, Jindabyne (Snowy Mountains) NSW
The article was originally published on Tone Deaf