SnowBall 2013 full lineup revealed

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Just before Christmas, the folks behind SnowBall Music Festival began revealing the lineup for the third edition of their annual mountain music festival, which is moving to Winter Park this year from its previous location in Avon. Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, Kendrick Lamar and Zion I were among the first artists announced, and that first wave of acts was followed by STS9, Porter Robinson, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. The rest of the roster has been revealed, and it looks pretty stellar. Keep reading to see the full lineup.

See also: - SnowBall Music Festival 2012: Day one travelogue - SnowBall Music Festival 2012: Day two travelogue - SnowBall organizers on how the festival came together and what inspired it

• Pretty Lights • STS9 • Big Gigantic • Porter Robinson • Kendrick Lamar • Portugal. The Man • Datsik • Grizmatik • Flying Lotus • The Presets • Japandroids • Krewella • Poliça • Delta Spirit • Flosstradamus • Tennis • Robert Randolph & the Family Band • Surfer Blood • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs • Aeroplane • Zion I • Crizzly with Lil Flip • RAC • Shlomo • Michal Menert • Rubblebucket • Gigamesh • Run DMT • Twiddle • American Royalty • Luminox • Destructo • Robotic Pirate Monkey • Yamn • Tumbleweed Wanderers • The Floozies • Truth • Bestfriends • Ishi • Bonfire Dub • Chris B. • Rumtum • School Knights • Kink Ardor • K Theory • Steffi Graf • Mo:Rockin • Ramona • Vinnie Maniscalco • Cold River City

Keep reading to see this year's poster and for info on tickets.

All of the above acts are slated to perform on four stages over the course of three days, from Friday, March 8, through Sunday, March 10. Three levels of tickets are on sale now, including general-admission three-day passes for $164, a VIP three-day pass for $249-$299 and a SnowBaller three-day pass for $449, which includes premium open bar, an enclosed, heated lounge, VIP express entry and an elevated viewing area and apparel. Keep an eye on Backbeat for extensive festival coverage. In the meantime, don't miss our past coverage:

- Photos: Best of the SnowBall Music Festival 2012 - SnowBall Music Festival 2012: Day one travelogue - SnowBall Music Festival 2012: Day two travelogue - Review: Snoop Dogg at SnowBall Music Festival, 03/03/12 - Review: Bassnectar at SnowBall Music Festival, 3/4/12 - Review: Rusko at SnowBall Music Festival, 3/2/12

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