Generally in the Northern Hemisphere, most people want to stay inside as much as possible on New Year's Eve. But there were some brave souls who are willing to brave the cold at SnowGlobe Festival in the mountain resort town of South Lake Tahoe, California. Australian producer and DJ sensation Harley Straten, better known as Flume, one half of What So Not alongside Emoh Instead, performed the mainstage headlining set to ring in the New Year. SnowGlobe was there with their cameras to catch all the action, with Straten ushering in 2015 with his signature remix of Disclosure's "U & Me" under a dazzling display of fireworks and stage production that matched the vibe of the tune.
Tucked away on the campus of Lake Tahoe Community College, right on the edge of Lake Tahoe and tucked in below the mountains, Snowglobe finds itself in a small paradise with skiing, music and picturesque natural beauty. The three-day festival took place from Dec. 29 to 31 and into the New Year. The lineup included names like the aforementioned Flume, Disclosure, Zedd, Skrillex, Phantogram, Porter Robinson live, Atmosphere, Justin Martin and many others.
If you are feeling adventurous and want to think about next winter already, super advanced tickets for SnowGlobe go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 14. One is buying into the brand and the party with a purchase that early, but if SnowGlobe looks good to you, the price may be right.
Flume had another hallmark year in 2014. Primarily focused in the United States market, he toured extensively in the U.S., selling out multiple nights at New York's Terminal 5 and Los Angeles's Club Nokia, while also premiering his highly sought-after remix of Lorde's "Tennis Courts" at Coachella. He heads into 2015 buoyed with momentum and with a new What So Not EP on the horizon and a Governors Ball booking already in the bag.
Watch the spine-tingling video below via SnowGlobe: