Electric Forest releases set time schedule

Electric Forest organizers today released the day-by-day and set time schedule for the June 27-30 festival in Rothbury, Mich.

The Tripolee stage is home to most of the EDM acts booked for the festival, though some are also sprinkled across the Sherwood Court, Ranch Arena and famous Forest Stage.

Sets on the Tripolee stage are noticeably brief, with most lasting only one hour.

» See the full set schedule here.

Thursday‘s EDM lineup is highlighted by Benny Benassi, Madeon, Morgan Page, Headhunterz, RL Grime, Michal Menert, Ana Sia, Helicopter Showdown, Orchard Lounge, and more.

Friday brings Krewella, Baauer, the Polish Ambassador, Clockwork, Kill the Noise, Noisia, and GrizMatik, the popular GRiZ/Gramatik duo with special guests.

The Fools Gold Clubhouse takes over much of the Saturday lineup on the Tripolee Stage, featuring A-Trak, Danny Brown, Flosstradamus, Oliver, Just Blaze, Craze, Nick Catchdubs, Treasure Fingers, and Party Supplies. 3lau, Above & Beyond, and Knife Party will perform on the Sherwood Court stage.

Finishing off the festival on Sunday night are Pretty Lights, Nervo, Beats Antique, Eliot Lipp, Emancipator, Tommy Trash, Shreddie Mercury, Le Castle Vania, Lance Herbstrong, Keys N Krates, and more.

Quixotic, the electronic-infused acrobatic performance group (a la Cirque du Soleil) from Kansas City, will perform nine different sets throughout the weekend.

» See the full set schedule here.

Though not many details have been revealed, organizers are promising to utilize a much larger portion of available acreage this year, likely mimicking the layout of the original Rothbury festival, which would be double the size of previous Electric Forests.

Tickets are still available starting at $259 for general admission tickets.


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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 kent@edmcalendar.com.