Pete Tong, Tom Odell, Foxes & more complete Snowbombing line up

Pete Tong

Pete Tong

Snowbombing have released the final names for what looks to be their biggest festival to date.

The latest announcement revealed BRIT award winner Tom Odell who is set to perform twice, including a unique and intimate mountain top performance outside the Superdry Arctic Disco.

Another award winning artist has been confirmed in the form of Foxes, aka Louisa Rose Allen, who won ‘Best Dance Recording’ at this year’s Grammy Awards.

Radio 1 legend Pete Tong is a familiar face at clubs and festivals worldwide and will be heading to Mayrhofen this April, headlining the official opening party at the Racket Club on Sunday 6 April.

Also lined up for the longest standing snow and music festival this year are some of the most exciting acts in the charts right now including Clean Bandit, who are set to perform with Tom Odell at the Arctic Disco.

As well as some newbies, it seems that just like the fans, some artists just can’t help coming back and this year sees the return of both Raffle Mafia and Apex Ape.

2014’s line up already featured some huge names, the collaboration of which make this year’s festival a prestigious display of a-list talent; Chase and Status, The Prodigy, DJ set from The Chemical Brothers, Rudimental and Groove Armada to name a few.

Snowbombing will this year be celebrating its 15th year, following a hugely successful 2013 which saw them voted UK Festival Awards ‘Best Overseas Festival’; it’s this success and reputation that has scored the festival a third year of collaboration with MTV UK as the exclusive broadcast partner.

MTV UK’s Lilah Parsons will be on hand showcasing live performances and preparing festival highlights for May’s broadcast of the event’s stand-out moments.

The festival this year is taking place between 7-12 April, returning to Austria’s snowy town Mayrhofen for parties like no other with its igloo raves; mountain stages; spas and pools; forest clearings, alpine lodges and medieval barns.

Tickets currently start from £219.00 for accommodation and a festival wristband.

For more information and tickets view our guide to Snowbombing.

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