Friday, May 30, 2014

Electric Forest: Sold Out

Posted on Fri, May 30, 2014 at 2:09 PM

Organizers of Rothbury's annual electronic music event, Electric Forest, announced today that tickets for the weekend event that takes place from June 26 to June 29 are no longer available after the announced of the final round of performing artists.

This year's roster includes a DJ set by Moby as well as live performances by Umphrey's McGee, Manic Menert, Dustin Thomas, Matt & Kim, The Glitch Mob, Art Department, Booka Shade, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Kevin Saunderson, Xavier Rudd, J. Phlip, Moon Boots, and many more.

In addition to music, the festival features access to the Sherwood Forest, amenities of which include daily access to hammocks, art installations, and walking paths and nightly light displays, parties, and surprise performances; free daily yoga classes; three sessions nightly of psychedelic friendship bingo; and paid access to the Gold Rush Water Park. Plus, there's all that dancing in the woods to electronic music stuff.

Electric Forest. Photo by Joe Gall. Electric Forest. Photo by Joe Gall.



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