Following high-praised reviews and much anticipation, Snowglobe 2018 was truly one for the books. With frigid weather conditions and a stacked lineup, attendees of Snowglobe Music Festival braced themselves for an unforgettable experience in the snow. While this years Snowglobe held a killer artist lineup, some sets still stood out from the rest.
This year, Snowglobe 2018 provided festival-goers with beautiful stage designs, an array of food and drink stations, and a buzzworthy artist lineup. The festival roster included popular acts such as REZZ, Above & Beyond, Diplo, Eric Prydz, Big Gigantic, RL Grime, Chris Lake B2B Walker & Royce, EKALI, 1788-L, Medasin, Hex Cougar, Pax Impera, and CharlestheFirst. Additionally, the festival announced additional performing acts such as Goldlink, G-Eazy, Rae Sremmurd, Tyga, and Kaskade, merely weeks before the New Year’s event.
Popular bass DJ, REZZ, performed a trippy set, closing out the main stage on day one. Her hypnotizing visuals and gritty, experimental tracks went hand-in-hand, leaving guests baffled and curious towards what was expected in the coming days. Up-and-coming experimental bass musicians such as 1788-L, CharlestheFirst, and Pax Impera made an impact on Snowglobe 2018.
Additionally, sets from producers EKALI and Medasin felt flawless with their seamless mixing and quality track selection. With a mixture of future vibes and experimental trap, the performances were musically balanced, while possessing a sense of excitement and anticipation. Their sets never felt stagnant; keeping the audience on their toes from drop-to-drop.
Kicking off the start of 2019, Above & Beyond performed an uplifting, magical set. Always a favorite for us, Anjunabeats trio Above & Beyond played their well-known emotion-filled tracks such as “Sun & Moon,” “Alchemy,” and “Sirens of the Sea.” With a sense of beauty and nostalgia, the trance trio ignited the new year, playing their praised “Thing Called Love.” Wrapping things up at the main stage on the day three, Above & Beyond once again served as a perfect closing act, providing this year’s guests with a sense of love, community, and connection.
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