Mele makes the girls smelly! A supremely talented club DJ with his finger on the pulse, we cant think of many selectors better suited to the multi genre, multi sensory assault that is Snowbombing. Melé creates euphoric high-octane dance music inspired by his love of Brazilian beats, transatlantic hip hop and classic house music. The boy from the Wirral started young, learning to DJ aged 13; a decade on and he’s honed his skills and his 2015 tribal anthem ‘Ambience’ kick started his status as one of the new names to watch for in 2016. Melé’s energetic and unique percussive sound has gained him prolific support and recognition from some of the biggest names across the scene: Eats Everything, Patrick Topping, Tiga and Jackmaster to Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Disclosure, thus his tracks are becoming instantly recognisable in clubs across the world. Welcome back to the 'hof. lad!
Jackmaster | DUSKY | Skream |
David Rodigan | Disciples | Jax Jones |
Artwork | Heidi | Alan Fitzpatrick |
PLUS MANY MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED!
IGLOO RAVES | FOREST PARTIES | MOUNTAIN STAGES
POOL PARTIES | ALPINE YOGA | EUROPE’S LARGEST FESTIVAL ROAD TRIP
AWARD WINNING SNOW PARK | 100+ SPAS & POOLS | PARAGLIDING | SNOW LIMOS
SNOLYMPICS | CABLE CAR-AOKE | CHAIR LIFT SPEED DATING
THE WORLD'S GREATEST SHOW ON SNOW
Snowbombing. Where to start... Mayrhofen, Austria, that’s where. A festival up a mountain 8,497ft above ordinary, in one of the finest ski resorts in Europe, showcasing world class acts in the most unique venues imaginable (think igloo rave, enchanted forest party, underground tennis club turned super club). Luxury spas, authentic alpine cuisine and not a tent in sight. Blue runs, black runs, schnapps runs. Chalet go on? The original. Unparalleled. Undeniably epic.
5 NIGHTS FROM £249? NO BRAINER.
Early Bird spots at the world's greatest festival on snow are running dangerously low! The best beds, in the best locations, at the nicest prices… SB18 festival wristband + 5 nights accommodation, from £249... that's the deal. Go, go, go, before it's too late!
“The mother of mountain music festivals”
The Times *****