SnowBall Music Festival reveals first wave of acts: Pretty Lights, Knife Party, GRiZ and more

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SnowBall Music Festival just revealed the first acts on its bill for the 2014 edition of its annual event. The festival, launched in 2011, is making its way down from the mountains this year and setting up shop at the Park at Mile High at Sports Authority Field, and when it does, Pretty Lights (playing two nights), Knife Party, Griz with MiMOSA, Busta Rhymes and more will be among this year's attractions.

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Tickets for SnowBall are being offered first as three-day passes for $129.50, and when those are sold out, early-bird general admission passes will then be offered for $149.50 (VIP tickets are also available). The complete list of acts announced thus far:

SnowBall Music Festival 2014 Friday, April 4 through Sunday, April 6 Denver, CO

Pretty Lights Knife Party GRiZ PLM Party: Featuring Pretty Lights, Paul Basic, Supervision, Eliot Lipp + Many More Mimosa Busta Rhymes Yeasayer Warpaint Brother Ali STRFKR Twin Shadow Jagwar Ma Kill The Noise Clockwork GTA Lunice Wild Belle MK Kap Slap he Robust The Floozies Henry Fong Caked Up Rufus Du Sol J.Phlip Afroman TWRK Chali 2na (Jurassic 5) & House Of Vibe Option 4 Juan Maclean Maxxi Soundsystem andhim Escort Thomas Jack Justin Jay Bixel Boys Wave Racer Chrome Sparks Trippy Turtle Jimkata Real Magic Graff You Me & Apollo Technicolor Tone Factory Eminence Ensemble A Band In Pictures The Knew Bones Bagheera Proper Motion Inner Elders Sunsquabi Flash/Lights Tropicool Keepers Need & Necessity Lady Leah Guillaume

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