Australia’s ultimate destination festival, Snowtunes is back after a massive 2017 that boasted the likes of  Gang of Youths, SAFIA, Drapht, Skegss, Elk Road, Trophy Eyes and more.

Now, in its fourth year, punters keen for two days filled with frolicking in the ice and experiencing the best in local and international live music will be treated to an even bigger lineup of DJs, rock acts and indie artists across two stages.

This year, Australia’s leaders in alt-rock, Violent Soho will take to the stage, as well as pub-punk icons The Smith Street Band, Tired Lion, Hockey Dad and more. Holding it down for those looking to dance the night away will be Confidence Man, Rudimental DJs, Set Mo and heaps more.

The festival will be taking over the slopes of Jindabyne on August 31st and September 1st 2018, which makes for a prime time to fit in a cool ski trip as well. Last year, the festival attracted 10,000 punters, so we’d recommend you get in quick and register for pre-sale tickets to snap them up as soon as they go on sale. Packages have previously included passes to the snowfields so there’s no excuse to not get your ski on while you’re there.

Snowtunes is one of Australia’s fastest growing boutique, destination festivals having only gotten its start back in 2015, and has earned a solid reputation as being not only the most picturesque festival in the country but one of the most musically diverse as well.

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Snowtunes 2018

Friday, August 31st – Saturday, September 1st
Open Air Stage, Jindabyne (Snowy Mountains) NSW
Tickets: Register now via Snowtunes


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Set Mo


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