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Snowtunes 2017 @2x

This September, hitting the slopes takes on a whole new meaning.

It’s time to put on your snow boots and puffer jackets (but leave the skis at home) because Australia’s only music festival in the snow, Snowtunes, is back again for another installment in 2017.

For one weekend only, the NSW ski town of Jindabyne will be transformed into a pumping entertainment hub, featuring some of the hottest Australian and international artists.

What better way to stay warm than by moving to tunes performed live by Gang of Youths, Safia, Tigerlily, Mashd N Kutcher, Skeggs, Nina Las Vegas, Prime Circle and Ruby Fields, to name just a few.

With so much musical talent on show and easy access to the slopes, the cold is the last thing that is going to be on your mind.  Chris Prindiville

 

‘Snowtunes’ runs across 1-2 September in Jindabyne, NSW. 

To get your hot little hands on tickets (or for more information) head to www.snowtunes.com.au.

 

WIN! TICKETS TO SNOWTUNES 2017

To celebrate Snowtunes’ third year, Cream and the Snowtunes crew are offering you the chance to win tickets to the festival and save over $300 while you’re at it! You and a mate could be partying it up in the Snowy Mountains over the 1st and 2nd of September with a two-day General Admission festival double pass thanks to Snowtunes. The cosy town of Jindabyne, at the base of Perisher and Thredbo in NSW, will come alive thanks to this year’s talented line-up. Party into the night with sets from Klingande, LDRU, Gang of Youths, Safia, Skeggs, Nina Las Vegas, Boo Seeka, Prime Circle, DZ Deathrays, Mashd N Kutcher, Ruby Fields and more at what will literally be the coolest festival in Australia! To win, simply email your name, address and the Subject heading ‘Snowtunes 2017’ to cream@pobox.com. Entries in by 5pm AWST, Monday 7 August. Note: Winners will have to arrange their own flights and accommodation.

This prize pack is for 2 x two-day general admission tickets to the festival and a two-day pass to the Thredbo slopes!