Mystik Sanctuary adds Alvin Risk, AraabMuzik, Danny Avila, Infected Mushroom, more

Mystik Sanctuary — Oklahoma’s first multi-day dance festival — is shaping up to be the most impressive first-year festival of 2014.

Set to take over the Oklahoma City Downtown Airpark on Sept. 5 and 6, Mystik Sanctuary’s musical lineup has slowly grown in size and credibility since the event’s initial announcement back in June. Today organizers added Alvin Risk, AraabMuzik, Danny Avila, Infected Mushroom, and Fractal Sky.

Do I have your attention now? That’s just the beginning.

Let’s look at the headliners: Bassnectar, Krewella, Zeds Dead, and Big Gigantic.

Bass. Vocals. Bass. Sax.

More, you say?

How about Rusko, Paper Diamond, GRiZ, Herobust, Crizzly, Caked Up, Cash Cash, Beats Antique, Pegboard Nerds, Zaxx, Wick-It The Instigator, and 1DAFUL.

We’re not making this up.

Ready to buy tickets? Two day passes are a steal at $97.50. VIP starts at $187.50. But act quickly because prices are rising after tomorrow (Aug. 1) at 11:59 p.m. Get them here.

Wondering where this festival came from and who’s behind it? Meet Howard Pollack of PMG Group.

Howard helped start the OKC Zoo Amphitheater in 1978 and has produced numerous shows throughout the region, country, and world. This may be PMG Group’s first endeavor into dance music, but they consistently bring huge talent from all genres to the Oklahoma City area, from Rascal Flatts to Foster the People to Chicago and REO Speedwagon.

Why are we so excited about Mystik Sanctuary?

It’s the first of a kind in the area. (We desperately need this.) The lineup is stacked. It’s a great venue. We’re being told the production will be mind blowing. And of course everyone attending WILL be awesome.

So, yeah. All of that.

See you there.

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Kent Otto

Kent is founder and editor-in-chief. He's always had a love and passion for music of all types, but didn't discover the music festival scene and community until moving to Southern California during his early post-college years. He returned to his roots in the Midwest in 2011 and has since been determined to share the magic and beauty of the music scene with as many as possible. Email

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