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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Win Tickets to See Beats Antique, Deadmau5, and More at Tahoe's SnowGlobe Music Festival

Posted By on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 9:47 AM

Beats Antique -- see 'em at Snow Globe!
  • Beats Antique -- see 'em at Snow Globe!

Wait... who says festival season has to end just 'cause it's winter? They've clearly never heard of SnowGlobe Music Festival, a three-day musical gathering in South Lake Tahoe starting Dec. 29 that features the worldly rhythms of Beats Antique, Deadmau5, Wiz Khalifa, Big Gigantic, Polica, Zion I, and many others performing for a party-lovin' crowd.

SnowGlobe sounds like just the thing to get you rabid music fans over the hump from Treasure Island to Noise Pop or Coachella, so we're giving away two three-day passes to one lucky All Shook Down reader! Wanna win? Here's how:

First, since you apparently like this blog in real life, make sure you like it on Facebook, too. You can do that right here:

Next, send an email to with your best, funniest, most creative argument for why you should be the one to get a free pair of tickets to see Beats Antique and others at the SnowGlobe festival. (And yes, you have to like All Shook Down on Facebook in order to win.)

We will choose and notify a winner by noon on Friday, Dec. 21, so check your email! (Please include your phone number in your email as a second way to contact you. We promise we won't share it with anyone or call for any reason other than to tell you that you've won.)

Again, noon on Friday, Dec. 21 is the deadline to win -- you could guarantee yourself attendance at the biggest music festival in Tahoe all winter, and for free! So get emailing!


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