Snowglobe Music Festival rang in the New Year with an amazing set from one of my favorites, Australian band Cut Copy, who played a mix of old favorites off and and new gems from their recent release, Free Your Mind.  While the crowd that stuck around to watch the fireworks and enjoy the last set of the evening were certainly happy and dancing, the largest throngs that evening at the fest amassed for the earlyish DJ set provided to the main stage by meglomaniac Dillon Francis, whose face is so popular it graced the front of many of the audience’s flags.   The energy he brought to the crowd was certainly contagious and dance parties erupted in every corner of the field.

Snoop Dogg arrived in a mass of dark lights and smoke, true to character and seemingly the entire crowd took a cue from his suggestions at the onset.

The highlights of my day came from the frenetic energy of Beats Antique and Vokab Kompany, whose dynamic shows never fail to enthrall me.

In short, day 3 at Snowglobe Music Fest was an wondrous way to end 2013 and welcome the new year.  Cheers!