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7 Sep 2021 to 14 Sep 2021
Tuesday the 7th of September to Tuesday the 14th
Europe's biggest Winter Festival is hitting the New Zealand Alps
Event type: 
Cardrona & Treble Cone
Cardrona Alpine Resort, Cardrona Valley Road, Cardrona New Zealand.


Snowboxx, Europes largest winter music festival is hitting the slopes of New Zealand in collaboration with Rhythm & Alps. The week-long party at Cardrona and Treble Cone, combines the best elements of a ski trip and a music festival into one epic package.

The powerhouse lineup of pure Aotearoa talent spans across genre with drum & bass, hip-hop, disco, house, reggae and more. With names such as Shapeshifter, Kora, Lee Mvtthews, Arma Del Amor, George FM personality Brook Gibson and bass bigwigs Eastern Bloc, plus Hot & Dangerous, Noncharlet, Scotty Mayes and Thanks. 

Other artists performing throughout the week include Montell2099, Melodownz, Opiuo, Tali & Chicorelli, Fair Brother, Cameron Morris, Frank Booker, Jesper Tjarnfors, Kèdu Carlö, Out of Sorts, Rubi Du, Pork Crackle, Sly Chaos, Sin, Sweet Mix Kids and The Peacekeepers.

The week is jam packed with activities on and off the slopes, including, Disco and Hip Hop Brunches where good food and good company meet a loose vibe and a killer soundtrack, the notorious skim pool, sledge races and more.

The event, located at Cardrona and Treble Cone, features 900 hectares of pristine pistes ranging from beginner slopes to incredible parks and challenging steeps. Treble Cone, where the music events will take place, is famous for its long, uncrowded groomed runs, legendary off-piste terrain and unrivalled views over Lake Wānaka and the Southern Alps. Cardrona’s wide, open slopes offer some of the country’s most progressive terrain, and it’s home to New Zealand’s most extensive terrain parks and halfpipes, making this dual mountain resort perfect for first-time shredders through to seasoned pros.

Written by

PR Shed

21 Apr 2021