Pendulum, Fatboy Slim join Austria's Snowbombing festival The Prodigy Tickets

Magnetic Man, Example and Professor Green are also on the bill

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Pendulum and Fatboy Slim have joined the line-up to play next year's Snowbombing festival.

They join The Prodigy, who are already confirmed to play the ski-related event.

The Austrian festival, which takes place from April 4-9 at Mayrhofen resort, also features the likes of Magnetic Man, Professor Green and Tinie Tempah.

The following bands and DJs appear at Snowbombing:

The Prodigy
Pendulum
Tinie Tempah
Magnetic Man
Example
Professor Green
Sub Focus
Beardyman
Dan Le Sac V Scroobius Pip
Ms Dynamite
Tempa T
The Sunshine Underground
The Milk
Dub Pistols
The Correspondents
The Cuban Brothers
Fatboy Slim
Skream & Benga
Chase & Status
Andy C
Fake Blood
Carl Craig
James Zabiela
Aeroplane
Claude Von Stroke
Shy FX
Rodigan
Scratch Perverts
Mistajam
Joker
Toddla T
Nero
Plastician
Stanton Warriors
Krafty Kuts
Paul Woolford
The Glimmers
Greg Wilson
Kris Menace
A-Skillz
Ramadanman
Fergie
Phil Kieran
Jamie Jones
Barry Ashworth
DJ Yasmin
Thomas Gandey
The Loose Cannons
Russ Cuban
Rattus Rattus & Klose One
Streetlife DJs
People Get Real
Ado
Marc Roberts
Tom Budden
Matty J
Cashmere Misfit
Fuzzbox Inc
Firas
Chris Halliday
Terry Costello
Fox Macleod
Scott Bleepz
Elliot Croft
Bunny
Urban Knights
Whole Sick, Skumkid & Moi (Kool Kids Klub)


To check the availability of Snowbombing tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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