Snowbombing 2014 - Even more acts

Snowbombing has today revealed another flurry of acts and has also revealed the line up for the legendary Superdry Arctic Disco to help keep the misery of January at bay.

Snowbombing 2014 - Even more acts Photo by Danny North

Snowbombing has today revealed another flurry of acts and has also revealed the line up for the legendary Superdry Arctic Disco to help keep the misery of January at bay. Rejected label boss Joris Voorn will be heading over from his hometown of Amsterdam to showcase his delectable brand of Detroit techno inspired house.

European tech-house hero’s Ben Klock and Mario Basanov will keep the clubbing vibe going along with 2013’s rising star Hot Since 82, house hipsters Maribou State, cheeky chaps Jaymo & Andy George, Black Butter Records My New Leng, ‘Poker Flat’ Alex Niggeman, the mighty Mat Playford and highly tipped house heads Ejeca, Artifact and Gerd Jansen.

It wouldn’t be Snowbombing without The Cuban Brothers. The trio will be back, mankinis and all, to entertain bombers with their wacky dancing, singing and all round crazy escapades. Just don’t stand too close to the stage!

DJ Yoda will return to Snowbombing to scratch and mix his individual style of hip hop, masked crusader Jaguar Skills will bring his bassy treats back to the mountains and break bad boys Plump DJs will also join the party. A live performance from art-pop hot shots Clean Bandit adds a contemporary twist whilst champion beat boxer Reeps One will be making his Snowbombing debut.

Manchester main stay and friend of the festival, Will Tramp will drop by for another indie-disco masterclass whilst on the other end of the spectrum, Junglist King Uncle Dugs gets ready to cause an avalanche with his legendary dubplates.

A stellar selection of resident DJs from Snowbombing club partners join in the form of FACE DJs, Get Low Cartel, Austrian lads Pfeffa, Aartekt (FLUX), Jacques Adda (FLUX), Musika DJs, Sangers, Oli Hackett and Ed Norris (Drop the Mustard) and last but certainly not least Anna Wall.

Snowbombing is proud to announce that British fashion lifestyle brand Superdry is an Official Partner of Snowbombing and sponsor of one of Snowbombing’s most iconic venues - the Arctic Disco. Not only will Superdry be hosting the infamous igloo parties but they will also be delivering daily video highlights packages from Snowbombing. 2014 will see the release of Superdry’s first range of technical snow wear and will be using the partnership with Snowbombing to showcase their collection.

Tickets for the Superdry Arctic Disco will go on sale on Thursday 16th January. Giving you the chance to party at the top of the world with nothing but the sky and the stars above you…Take your pick from the choices below:

Sunday 6th April welcomes Dusky to the mountain. After making their first release on Anjuadeep in 2011, the duo have risen to fame quicker than Eddie the Eagle down a black run. They will be joined by Snowbombing’s great uncle and supreme booker Marc Roberts

On Monday 7th April, Rekids soldiers Nina Kraviz and Radio Slave will deliver an unforgettable house and techno party that will guarantee to get so hot it might actually melt the igloo.

Thursday 10th April brings you the legendary Carl Cox (Funk & Soul) who will be performing a very special funk and soul set. This once in a lifetime experience is not to be missed!

To finish off the festival, on Saturday 12th April with an almighty bang, DJ Yoda will take to the icy decks to entertain with his special blend of hip hop.

Snowbombing runs from 7th-12th April 2014. Prices start at 219 GBP for accommodation and all the entertainment.

Days are spent on the slopes, enjoying music on mountain top stages or relaxing in the spa of a 5* Hotel and nights deliver cutting edge performances from world class acts in unique venues.

The lineup so far
The Prodigy / The Chemical Brothers (Dj Set) / Carl Cox B2b Nic Fanciulli / Chase & Status (Live) / Groove Armada (Dj Set) / Four Tet (Live) / Rudimental (Dj Set) / Subfocus (Dj Set) / Aartekt (Flux) / Alex Niggemann / Anja Schneider / Anna Wall / Anthony Naples / Artifact / Artwork / A-Skills / B-Traits / Ben & Lex / Ben Klock / Ben Pearce / Bicep / Breach / Breakage / Citizen / Clean Bandit (Live) / The Cuban Brothers / Daphni / Daniel Avery / David Rodigan Mbe / David Sachon / Dense & Pika (Live) / Dismantle / Dj Mostwanted (Hypercat) / Dj Yoda / Dub Pistols (Live) / Dusky / Dj Ez / Ed Ed / Ed Norris / Ejeca / El Row Djs / Face Djs / George Fitzgerald / Gerd Jansen / Get Low Cartel / Gorgon City / Hannah Wants / The Heatwave / Horse Meat Disco / Hospitality Presents High Contrast, London Elektricity, S.P.Y , Logistics , Etherwood, Dynamite Mc & Wrec / Hot Since 82 / Huxley / Jacques Adda (Flux) / Jaguar Skills / Jakwob / James Zabiela / Jaymo & Andy George /  J.G. Wilkes (Optimo) / Joris Voorn / Kidnap Kid / Kove / Krafty Kuts / Kyntro / Lele Saachi (Radio 2) / Marc Roberts / Maribou State / Mario Basanov / The Martinez Brothers / Mat Playford /  Midland / Mistajam / Mosca / Musika Djs / My New Leng / New York Transit Authority / Nina Kraviz / North Base / Oli Hackett (Drop The Mustard) / Paul Woolford / Pbr Streetgang / Pedestrian / Pfeffa / Plump Djs / Psychemagik / Radio Slave / Rafael Da Cruz (Faze) / Rattus Rattus / Reeps One / Redlight / Rodriguez Jr (Live) / Roman Flugel / Roska / Route 94 / Sangers / Sasse / Scuba / Shy Fx / Skream / Smash Hifi / Special Request / Toby One / Unkle Dugs / Will Saul / Will Tramp / Yousef

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