The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers (DJs) to headline Snowbombing 2014

Chase and Status, Rudimental and Groove Armada will also play Mayrhofen, Austria next April

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The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers are to headline Snowbombing 2014, the latter performing a DJ set.

The festival runs from April 7-12, 2014, and will take place in Mayrhofen, Austria. The snowboarding and music event is now in its 15th year and will also see sets from Chase and Status, Rudimental and Groove Armada as well as Four Tet who will be playing in a forest on their own specially curated bill, featuring Daphni, James Zabiela, Nathan Fake and Anthony Naples.

Also on the festival line-up are Sub Focus, Breach, The Martinez Brothers, Nina Kraviz, and Skream as well as The Dub Pistols, Dense & Pika and there will be DJ sets from A-Skills, Ben & Lex, Breakage, Citizen, Daniel Avery, Hannah Wants, Huxley, Kove, Krafty Kuts, Kyntro, The Martinez Brothers, North Base, Radio Slave, Rattus Rattus, Roska, Route 94, Smash HiFi and The Heatwave.

Anja Schneider, Antony Naples, B-Traits, Ben Pearce, Bicep, Breakage, Carl Cox B2B Nic Fanciulli, David Rodigan MBE, Dismantle, DJ EZ, Dusky, Gorgon City, George Fitzgerald, Horse Meat Disco, J.G. Wilkes (Optimo), James Zabiela, Kidnap Kid, Midland, MistaJam, Paul Woolford, PBR Streetgang, Phychemagik, Rodriguez JNR (LIVE), Roman Flugel, Scuba, Shy FX, Special Request, Will Saul and Yousef will also DJ at the event.

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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