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SnowBall 2013: Kendrick Lamar, Pretty Lights and Big Gigantic among first acts announced

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Ah, yes, with Denver looking like the inside of a snow globe right now, it seems only fitting for the folks at SnowBall Music Festival to reveal the first part of the lineup for the third edition of their annual mountain music festival. EDM and hip-hop heads will be stoked. Pretty Lights and Big Gigantic represent the home state, while Kendrick Lamar and Zion I bring the boom-bap to SnowBall's new home in Winter Park. Keep reading to see what other acts have been announced.

See also: - Photos: Best of the SnowBall Music Festival 2012 - SnowBall Music Festival 2012: Day 1 travelogue - SnowBall Music Festival 2012: Day 2 travelogue

With more than sixty acts slated to perform on four stages over the course of three days, Friday, March 8, through Sunday, March 10, SnowBall will have quite a few more acts to announce in the comings weeks. While special advance pre-sale tickets have already sold out, discounted holiday tickets ($149) and advance VIP tickets ($164) are on sale now through January 1. Below is the first wave of acts just announced:

Big Gigantic Zion I Portugal. The Man Kendrick Lamar Datsik Flosstradamus Rubblebucket Porter Robinson Crizzly w/ Lil Flip Pretty Lights




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