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MTV Acquires The SnowGlobe Music Festival

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Yesterday (Nov. 12), news broke that acquired the , expanding its global live event business.

The festival takes place in Lake Tahoe, California from December 29th through December 31st. MTV is hoping to expand the festival to other dates and locations around the world.

Past performances of the SnowGlobe Music Festivals included Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone, and to name a few.

This year’s year line-up includes Above & Beyond, , Eric Prydz, Rezz and RL Grimes headlining among 40 other artists.

The new deal is to keep ’s goal of growing its activity in live events. The festival usually draws about 20,000 attendees in the three days, leading to up to New Year’s Eve. The event mixes music acts, extreme winter sports, and art installations.

Chad Donnelly is the CEO of SnowGlobe and founded the festival. The festival began eight years ago. The event has faced some negativity from the community of South Lake Tahoe over damages to public recreational area and noise complaints. Repairs for damages during the 2017 festival cost SnowGlobe $250,000, which was paid to the city.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. This helps MTV take its next step in expanding beyond cable television.


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1 comment

Amanda December 5, 2018 at 9:53 am

Will end up in control of every music festival. It wouldn’t be a problem if it was the old school MTV, but it’s trash now.

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