PLUS WEEKEND TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR ONLY £149!
After the comp that Whitelines was running for a lucky someone to win some tickets to Snowside, they've announced that everyone else will not go away empty handed. They've cut a huge chunk out of the price of tickets just so you can get your snowy festival fix this year. As you can see above, they've lowered the price of festival tickets to £149, which makes it a tasty little treat.
Check out the packages below:
Package 1: The CUBE, 3*** Half board (Inc breakfast + evening meals) Price: £149 includes 3 nights accommodation/full Snowside Festival Laminate with access to all the parties
Package 2: 3 star self catered apartments at the foot of the mountain Price: £249 (was £289) includes 6 nights accommodation/full Snowside Festival Laminate with access to all the parties
Package 3: The CUBE, 3*** Half board (Inc breakfast + evening meals) Price: From £289 (was £329) includes 6 nights accommodation/full Snowside Festival Laminate with access to all the parties (for many more options including the luxury 4*plus Spa Hotel go to Snowside)
Live performances from: Metronomy / Shy Child / Infadels / Kissy Sell Out / Evil Nine / A.Human / The Japanese Popstars / Slagsmalsklubben / Man Like Me / The Losers
DJs: Vitalic (selector set), Kavinsky, Eddy TM, James Priestley DJ Fresh, TC, CTRL Z, Kris Menace, South Central, Qemists, Japanese Popsters Brookes Brothers, Matrix and Futurebound, Rhysmix, Breakfastaz, Stereo:Type, The Head Gardener, Visuals by Visionary Underground plus more artists to be announced
Conjure up all your favourite boutique festival shenanigans, drop them into the most stunning alpine scenery you're ever likely to see, add Gluehwein and Jagermeister-bombs and you’ll come close to what you can expect at Snowside Festival 2009. Taking place in the jewel of the Austrian Alps that is Nassfeld, between March 23rd- 29th ,Snowside makes its highly anticipated debut holding hands with two of the most innovative and exciting festival and clubbing communities in the UK, those of The Secret Garden Party and Eddy Temple Morris’s, The Remix.