SnowBall music festival will not return in 2015

SnowBall music festival, which struggled to land a permanent location during its four year run, will not return in 2015, organizers announced Monday. After facing opposition in mountain communities, SnowBall moved to the city to Denver's Sports Authority Field at Mile High in 2014.

SnowBall 2014 saw fewer arrests, smaller crowds

SnowBall music festival saw fewer arrests than previous years and smaller crowds, according to Denver Police and Sports Authority Field officials. An estimated 7,500 fans per day attended the three day music festival, which took place for the first time at Denver's Sports Authority Field at Mile High on April 4-6.

SnowBall 2014 schedule revealed

SnowBall organizers are giving you more than a month to plan out your three days at the now-Denver-based festival. The SnowBall 2014 schedule dropped today, which may mean that any lineup additions might not be happening.

SnowBall 2014 lineup predictions

Though the festival's home has historically been the slopes, the 2014 Snowball music festival will be held in downtown Denver at Mile High Stadium. That's caused a bit of controversy amongst fans, but not as much as the fact that though tickets have been on sale for a couple weeks, not a single scrap of the SnowBall 2014 lineup has been announced yet.

I Might Be Wrong: Coachella, SnowBall and other festivals shine in the middle

There’s been a ton of conjecture about how Coachella is going to be this year. Everyone from Diplo to your Aunt Susie has an opinion and, of course, the most vocal ones are on the level of: “This is the worst festival lineup ever!” Surely, the headliners aren’t that exciting (especially considering Colorado has two outta three in Broomfield in the coming months), but A.) The Black Keys can rage it in front of a big crowd, B.) Radiohead always (and I mean always) kills it live and C.) Dre and Snoop together will be super fun, especially with the former’s long-awaited “Detox” forthcoming.