Coors Light Snowbombing Canada announces Sun Peaks debut

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Ludacris, Kaskade, Duke Dumont, Oliver Heldens, Stormzy, Hudson Mohawke, Thomas Jack, Bob Moses Live, Getter Pete Tong, Netsky and more join the bill for the debut of Coors Light Snowbombing Canada

Sun Peaks, BC (October 28, 2016) - Coors Light Snowbombing Canada will feature one of the most substantive music lineups of the 2017 festival scene for its debut event at Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia from April 6th to 10th. The much-anticipated lineup includes headliners Ludacris and Kaskade, as well as Duke Dumont, Oliver Heldens, Bob Moses Live, Netsky and Stormzy.  

Ludacris, arguably the most commercially successful Southern rapper of his time, is one of the featured headliners at Coors Light Snowbombing Canada.  In a career that has spanned more than 15 years, and sold out arenas around the world, Ludacris is known for his Dirty South style as well as being a record breaker and trendsetter in the industry. With four Billboard No.1 albums coupled with close to sixteen million copies sold worldwide, Ludacris is an industry legend.

Following the drop of his newest single “Beneath With Me,” in October, Kaskade is another monster addition to the Snowbombing Canada lineup. With numerous wins as “Americas Best DJ” by DJ Times, along with his many mentions on Billboard’s Hot Dance Airplay Chart and two Grammy Awards for ‘Atmosphere’ in Best Dance Recording and Best Dance/Electronica album in 2014, Kaskade has headlined music festivals across the globe including Coachella in 2015, and is considered to be a “must-see” DJ.

Also hitting the stage at Coors Light Snowbombing Canada is the devilishly good Dutch DJ Oliver Heldens a recognized face on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 list, with multiple live shows that never fail to wow crowds across the world. Duke Dumont the English DJ who has had the most played song on Radio 1 / 1Xtra in the UK, #1 on Billboard's National Club Chart, will also be on the Snowbombing Canada ticket. Joining the lineup is Getter and Netsky, both stellar names within the electronic music community, along with the hip-hop meets trap king Hudson Mohawke and UK Grime sensation Stormzy. After playing Coachella, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo last year, local favourite Bob Moses Live will be gracing the stage at Snowbombing along with DJs Pete Tong who is the host of BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix and up and comer Mija.

Other artists on the bill include:

AC Slater
Shaun Frank
Peking Duk
Soul Clap
Thomas Jack
The Funk Hunters
SNBRN
Branchez
Giraffage Live
Ardalan
J. Phlip
Lauren Lane
Harrison Brome Live
Mat the Alien
Tennyson Live
Smalltown DJs
SkiiTour
+ more

It’s not just the world-class music lineup that’s earned Snowbombing the title of the world’s No.1 music festival on snow. Coors Light Snowbombing Canada boasts over 4000 acres of snowy terrain, as one of the largest ski resorts in Canada, and a perfect playground for adrenaline-junkies and novice skiers alike. Snowbombing also offers up a dazzling array of luxurious condos and relaxation activities. Take in the breathtaking mountain views from a roof-top hot tub, stretch out with snow yoga or unwind in trail-side pools, saunas and relaxation rooms after a long day on the slopes or an all-night party. With all this, plus chair-lift speed dating, and one of B.C.'s largest fancy dress street party, Snowbombing has redefined winter sports and showcases what the ultimate alpine music festival looks and sounds like. Ultimately, Snowbombing Canada is poised to set a new standard in the outdoor music event space.

Packages go on sale on November 1st, however you can sign-up for Early Bird ticket information today at www.snowbombingcanada.com to get your tickets early on October 31st.  For more information on the festival, be sure to visit us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #SBC17.


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