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After an enormously successful debut in Japan in 2020, alpine destination festival Snow Machine has announced its expansion to Queenstown, NZ – the adventure capital of the world!

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Monday, January 18: After an enormously successful debut in Japan in 2020, Snow Machine is thrilled to expand to the premier alps of Queenstown, New Zealand for four snow-filled days of music and adventure across September 8th – 11th, 2021.. A fully curated destination festival, attendees will be treated to days on the slopes interspersed with après events on Coronet Peak and The …

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Snow Machine. 5,964 likes · 1,930 talking about this. a 4 day alpine music and ski festival set in the Hakuba Valley, Japan 1-4 March 2020. For more info on packages head to www.snow-machine.com

4.Snow machine festival queenstown

The much talked about Snow Machine festival has announced its expansion to Queenstown, New Zealand. After an enormously successful festival in Japan in 2020, Snow Machine is set to make it’s New …

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A new music festival called Snow Machine set to take place in Queenstown this September will see several Australian dance music acts make the trip across the ditch. Aussie electronic duos …

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Latest update from Snow Machine Festival Stoked to announce the lineup for Snow Machine | Queenstown 2021 feat. Flight Facilities, The Avalanches, Hayden James, The Presets, Hermitude, Hot Dub Time… Read more

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Snow Machine. 5,921 likes · 1,368 talking about this. a 4 day alpine music and ski festival set in the Hakuba Valley, Japan 1-4 March 2020. For more info on packages head to www.snow-machine.com

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Latest update from Snow Machine Festival An emotional look back at our epic Japanese adventure last year. We are thrilled to finally announce Snow Machine is expanding to New Zealand… Read more

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9.Snow machine festival queenstown

After making its debut in Japan last year, alpine music festival Snow Machine is hitting the slopes of Queenstown for four snow-filled days of music and adventure. Attendees at the New Zealand edition from September 8–11, 2021 will be treated to action-packed days on the slopes, aprés ski events …

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1.Alpine Music Festival Snow Machine Heading To Queenstown with a Massive Lineup

Coronet Peak, right on Queenstown’s doorstep and prime in September. Photo: NZSki Snow Machine is an all-in-one ticket offering a variety of accommodation options, a full four-day festival ticket as well as a full four-day lift pass. With a travel …

Published Date: 2021-01-18T01:37:00.0000000Z

2.Aotearoa’s Newest Winter Destination Festival Coming To Queenstown September 2021

The much talked about Snow Machine festival has announced its expansion to Queenstown, New Zealand. After an enormously successful festival in Japan in 2020, Snow Machine is set to make it’s New Zealand debut in Queenstown 8-11 September.

Published Date: 2021-01-18T05:19:00.0000000Z

1  NZ Snow Report – 30th July 2019 – Queenstown & Wanaka
Nick Hyne brings you the latest Mountainwatch New Zealand snow report for Queenstown and Wanaka. We will be brining you updates of what’s on across Queenstown and Wanaka as well as up on the mountains this winter. Stay tuned for more. As always you can stay up to date with snow conditions at Mountainwatch with our daily snow reports, forecasts …
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