Snowbombing 2020 Line-up Announced
If skiing by day and dancing by night is your thing, there are plenty of snow sports festival options in Europe, but none with quite the same clout as Snowbombing.
An avalanche of outdoor and indoor venues hosts the most impressively A-list lineup you’ll find on the slopes, and the crowd can be relied upon to lay on everything from bright pink snowsuits to group-coordinated fancy dress.
When & where: April 2020, Mayrhofen, Austria
The World’s Greatest Show on Snow!
The original alpine music festival. 21 years strong. Join us for a week long whirlwind of world class live bands & DJs, pristine piste and après ski silliness, set in the chocolate box village of Mayrhofen, Austria. It’s a Party in forest, rave in an igloo, with luxury spa hotels and a community of like-minded party starters.
Monday, 13th – Saturday, 18th April 2020 – Mayrhofen Ski Resort in Mayrhofen
Snowbombing has a lineup of world best DJs and bands on the alpines of Mayrhofen, Austria and has won the ‘Best Small Festival’ Winner at the European Festival Awards 2016.
The festival has previously hosted huge acts such as Kasabian, Bastille, Run The Jewels, Disclosure, Rudimental, Chase & Status, Giggs, Skepta, The Prodigy, Jackmaster, Dixon, Andy C and MK.
Snowbombing in Austria’s Mayrhofen ski resort is a week long of slopeside partying.
Snowbombing Features everything from mountain-top techno music, forest raves to arctic discos and pool parties, becoming one of the world’s most exciting winter festivals.
Snowbombing keeps it fresh. Up-and-coming artists mix with pioneers of the music scene to present an eclectic lineup that’s ever-changing. The white-powdered snow gleams as festival goers boogie in the town of Mayrhofen in Austria, back-dropped with panoramic snow-covered plateaus, fragrant pine forests, crisp clean air and gorgeous alpine peaks. One moment, you’ll find yourself relaxing in one of its many saunas, and the next moment, you may be deep in a sweaty crowd dancing to the music. This smaller festival allows for convenient movement through the crowds and across the stages – or venues, as they call them. A quick glide to an adjacent venue might land you in the forest where surrounding shacks are transformed into pine-cradled platforms that host some of the world’s biggest artists.