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Electric Forest Festival
Electric Forest is a 4-day, one-weekend, multi-genre event with a focus on electronic and jam band genres, held in Rothbury, Michigan, at the Double JJ

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This article contains content that is written like an advertisement. Please help improve it by removing promotional content and inappropriate external links, and by adding encyclopedic content written from a neutral point of view. (December 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Electric ForestGenreJam band, electronic musicDatesLate June/Early JulyLocation(s)Rothbury, Michigan, U.S.Years active2011–presentFounded byPhilip Blaine, Jeremy Stein, Pasquale RotellaWebsiteElectric Forest Festival

Electric Forest is a 4-day, one-weekend, multi-genre event with a focus on electronic and jam band genres, held in Rothbury, Michigan, at the Double JJ Resort. In 2017 and 2018, the festival expanded to 2 weekends back to back, before switching back to one weekend for 2019. The original event was called Rothbury Festival, debuted in 2008, and focused on jam bands and rock bands. The event was not held in 2010. Electric Forest, which debuted in 2011, is co-produced by Madison House Presents and Insomniac Events. The 2015 event drew an estimated 45,000 attendees.

In 2017, Electric Forest was nominated for Festival of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards.

Contents
  • 1 2008
    • 1.1 Planning
    • 1.2 Lineup
      • 1.2.1 Additional performers
      • 1.2.2 Notable collaborations
  • 2 2009
    • 2.1 Controversy
    • 2.2 Lineup
  • 3 2010
  • 4 2011
    • 4.1 Lineup [13]
  • 5 2012
  • 6 2013
    • 6.1 Lineup
  • 7 2014
    • 7.1 Lineup
  • 8 2015: June 25-June 28
  • 9 2016
    • 9.1 Lineup
  • 10 2017
    • 10.1 Lineup
  • 11 See also
  • 12 References
  • 13 External links
2008

The Rothbury Music Festival took place July 3 through July 6. The first year saw 30,202 in attendance.[1] This figure is based on Madison House's promise that US$2 of each ticket sold would go toward Grant Township.[2] According to the Muskegon Chronicle, the festival donated $60,404 to Grant Township.[3]

Planning

On February 13, 2008, the initial lineup was released. By February 25, four additional artists were added. Steel Pulse was added on March 13, and seven artists were added in April. On May 29, the lineup was complete after six additional artists were added, including Trey Anastasio of Phish.[4] The spark of the idea came from Phil and Jeremy on the side of the stage during Crystal Method at Rothbury -- this led to the idea to bring Insomniac and EFF into existence.

Lineup

July 3

  • Greensky Bluegrass
  • Zappa Plays Zappa
  • Disco Biscuits
  • Kyle Hollingsworth Band
  • Perpetual Groove
  • Mickey Hart Band (featuring Steve Kimock & George Porter, Jr.)
  • Railroad Earth
  • Underground Orchestra
  • The Juan MacLean
  • Lotus
  • EOTO
  • Motion Potion
  • DJ Rootz
  • DJ Cuntlicker

July 4

  • The Dynamites ( Charles Walker)
  • The Wailers (featuring Elan Atias)
  • Snoop Dogg
  • 311
  • Widespread Panic
  • The Beautiful Girls
  • Tea Leaf Green
  • Sam Beam
  • Keller Williams & The WMD's
  • Yonder Mountain String Band (with Jon Fishman)
  • of Montreal
  • Primus
  • Jakob Dylan & The Gold Mountain Rebels
  • Panjea (with Michael Kang)
  • Bettye LaVette
  • Drive-By Truckers
  • Modest Mouse
  • Thievery Corporation
  • Bassnectar
  • Sage Francis
  • Flosstradamus
  • Diplo
  • Pnuma Trio
  • Fiction Plane
  • DJ Rootz
  • Motion Potion
  • SOJOURN

July 5

  • Four Finger Five
  • State Radio
  • Citizen Cope
  • Michael Franti & Spearhead
  • Dave Matthews Band (with Tim Reynolds)
  • Dead Confederate
  • The Secret Machines
  • Gomez
  • The Black Keys
  • Slightly Stoopid
  • STS9
  • Trampled By Turtles
  • Emmitt Nershi Band
  • The Dresden Dolls
  • Medeski Martin & Wood
  • Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Soul Stew Revival
  • A3
  • The Crystal Method DJ Set
  • BoomBox
  • Busdriver
  • DJ Harry
  • DJ Rekha
  • Kraak & Smaak
  • Sweet Japonic
  • Uncle Boogie Pants
  • DJ Rootz
  • Motion Potion

July 6

  • Steel Pulse
  • Rodrigo y Gabriela
  • Trey Anastasio
  • Gov't Mule
  • Phil Lesh and Friends
  • Brett Dennen
  • MOFRO
  • Colbie Caillat
  • John Mayer
  • Ingrid Michaelson
  • Taj Mahal
  • Beth Orton
  • Mike Gordon
  • Atmosphere with Brother Ali
  • Adam Ezra Group
  • Amanda Palmer
  • Pnuma Live PA
  • BoomBox
Additional performers

The following performers played throughout the weekend:

  • Etown Radio Show
  • The Greyboy Allstars
  • The Stretch
  • Sxip Shirey
  • Yard Dogs Road Show
Notable collaborations

Several members were present from their respective bands: The String Cheese Incident, Phish, Grateful Dead, and The Allman Brothers Band. Following the addition of the Kyle Hollingsworth Band to the lineup, all six members of The String Cheese Incident were present in separate bands: Bill Nershi played with the Emmitt Nershi Band, EOTO is composed of Jason Hann and Michael Travis, Keith Moseley played in the WMD's who accompanied Keller Williams, and Michael Kang played with Panjea. Three of the four members of Phish were present: Mike Gordon, Jon Fishman, and Trey Anastasio. Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart, of Grateful Dead fame, also performed in their respective bands. Two of the current members of The Allman Brothers Band, Warren Haynes of Gov't Mule and Derek Trucks, performed in distinct bands.

David Murphy, of STS9, joined the stage with the Disco Biscuits during their Thursday night set.

2009

After multiple hurdles, The Rothbury Music Festival (not the Electric Forest Festival) officially returned in 2009.[5] The second Rothbury was held July 2–5, once again placing it over Independence Day weekend.[6] The festival's second year expanded the think-tank discussions established the first year and continued the use of sustainable technologies.[7]

Controversy

Because of concerns over the ownership of the ranch, as well as the potential sale of the festival grounds, there was originally uncertainty about whether a second festival would be held in 2009. A major hurdle was overcome when a federal bankruptcy judge cleared the way for a lease of the festival property between the bankruptcy trustee and AEG. A second hearing was necessary to determine if the lease was valid, because part of the land used by the festival was on a sheriff's deed and needed to be purchased by the trustee.[8][9][10] Following the approval of this final hearing, WZZM reported the festival would return in 2009.[5]

Lineup

Before the official lineup was released, there were rumors of artists such as Phish and Tom Petty performing,[11] but this never occurred.

July 2

  • Fox Rocks Winner
  • Toubab Krew
  • Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam
  • Keller Williams
  • Quannum Allstars
  • Lotus
  • Future Rock
  • The Cool Kids
  • The Disco Biscuits
  • Cold War Kids
  • Break Science ft. Adam Deitch
  • Tom Butwin Band

July 3

  • King Sunny Ade & His African Beats
  • Brett Dennen
  • Steppin' In It
  • Rachel Goodrich
  • Rebelution
  • Martin Sexton
  • G. Love & Special Sauce
  • Broken Social Scene
  • Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
  • The White Buffalo
  • Damian Marley & Nas
  • Flogging Molly
  • Soulive
  • The String Cheese Incident
  • STS9
  • Chromeo
  • Lynx & Janover
  • Girl Talk
  • Lipp Service
  • The Glitch Mob
  • The Macpodz
  • Tom Butwin Band

July 4

  • Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys
  • Four Finger Five
  • Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad
  • Son Volt
  • Jackie Greene
  • Underground Orchestra
  • Wendy Darling
  • Hill Country Revue
  • Railroad Earth
  • John Butler
  • Zappa Plays Zappa
  • Les Claypool
  • Reed Thomas Lawrence
  • The Dead
  • Umphrey's McGee
  • MSTRKRFT
  • Pretty Lights
  • STS9 (Live PA Set)
  • Shpongle DJ Set
  • EOTO

July 5

  • The Ragbirds
  • The Hard Lessons
  • Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band with Tony Rice
  • Toots and the Maytals
  • Sam Roberts Band
  • Guster
  • Chris Pierce
  • Yonder Mountain String Band
  • Govt' Mule
  • The Hold Steady
  • Matisyahu
  • The Parlor Mob
  • Ani DiFranco
  • Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
  • Ralston Bowles – folk musician
  • Bob Dylan & His Band
  • Umphrey's McGee Nightcap
  • Alex B (Pnuma Trio)
  • Willie Nelson and Family
  • Big Gigantic
2010

According to an announcement made on Rothbury's official website on January 22, Rothbury would be "on hiatus" in 2010, but was expected to return in 2011.

"During the past three years, all of us involved with Rothbury have greatly appreciated the tremendous outpouring of support for the future of the festival. For 2010, we have had to make the tough decision to postpone our efforts. A contributing factor in our decision is that, due to various artists’ recording and touring schedules, we now believe that timing will not allow for us to assemble the cutting edge roster that everyone has come to expect from Rothbury. The result for this year is that we are not able to move forward with the integrity and high standards that we demand from ourselves and for the festival.

"Despite the 2010 postponement, we intend to move toward continuing Rothbury in 2011. This event is something very special, and we are unwilling to potentially tarnish what Rothbury is, and can become, by working under conditions that will produce anything less than a magical experience.

"Rothbury is more than a festival. It is a mission intended to discover strength in community, and what it means to be a large-scale sustainable event in these times. Our efforts are certainly not coming to an end.

"It is important for us to thank the people of Michigan, Oceana County, The Village of Rothbury, Grant Township, and the Double JJ Resort. Also, we thank our team members, volunteers, creative contributors, media partners, and sponsors. We have made many friendships that will last a lifetime.

"To all who attended the first two years of Rothbury we thank you for the soul you gave the event. Those times entered rarified air because of your energy.

"We hope you have a fantastic July 4 this summer."

2011

From June 30 to July 3, a new and different festival was held on the same festival grounds, the "Electric Forest Festival".[12] It was not "Rothbury Festival", a trademarked name. A notable change was the lack of the main "Odium" stage. In its absence "The Ranch Arena" stage became the main stage. The area where the Odium was not accessible to festival attendees again until 2015.

Lineup [13]
  • The String Cheese Incident (3 performances)
  • Tiesto
  • Bassnectar
  • Pretty Lights
  • Reo Speedwagon
  • Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
  • Stephen Marley
  • Kaskade
  • Shpongle Presents the Shpongletron Experience
  • Keller Williams
  • Galactic
  • Lotus
  • Conspirator
  • Railroad Earth
  • JJ Grey & MOFRO
  • Skrillex
  • Excision
  • The New Deal
  • EOTO
  • Emmitt-Nershi Band
  • Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
  • Kyle Hollingsworth Band
  • Toubab Krewe
  • Bonobo (DJ Set)
  • Beats Antique
  • Zach Deputy
  • 12th Planet
  • Big Gigantic
  • Chiddy Bang
  • Future Rock
  • Eskmo
  • Lettuce
  • Eliot Lipp
  • Paper Diamond
  • The Infamous Stringdusters
  • Zion I & The Grouch
  • Greensky Bluegrass
  • Feed Me
  • Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
  • Mat.McHugh (The Beautiful Girls) Solo & Acoustic
  • Dieselboy
  • The Pimps of Joytime
  • Rubblebucket
  • Papadosio
  • Vibesquad
  • Archnemesis
  • Emancipator
  • That 1 Guy
  • Break Science
  • Porter Robinson
  • Two Fresh
  • Keys n Krates
  • Van Ghost
  • The Ragbirds
  • The Macpodz
  • Euforquestra
  • The Hood Internet
  • Lance Herbstrong
  • Cas Haley
  • Lynx
  • Zedd
  • Michael Menert
  • KRAZ (DJ Set)
  • Janover
  • The Treasures
  • Steez
  • The Werks
  • Superdre
  • Panic Bomber
  • Dragon Wagon
  • Cirque Du Womp
2012

Electric Forest Festival returned to Rothbury from June 28 to July 1. Acts included The String Cheese Incident (3 performances), Bassnectar, STS9 (2 performances), Thievery Corporation, Girl Talk, Santigold, Steve Aoki, Morning Teleportation, Ghostland Observatory, Richie Hawtin, Major Lazer, Big Gigantic, The Travelin’ McCourys featuring Keller Williams, ESL Music, Dim Mak, Check Yo Ponytail and Paxahau.[14]

2013

Electric Forest Festival returned to Rothbury in 2013 from June 27 through June 30.[15]

Lineup

The initial lineup, announced on February 5, includes:[16]

  • The String Cheese Incident (3 shows)
  • Pretty Lights
  • Passion Pit
  • Above & Beyond
  • Empire of the Sun
  • Knife Party
  • Dispatch
  • Lotus
  • Benny Benassi
  • Yeasayer
  • Beats Antique
  • GrizMatik
  • Madeon
  • A-Trak
  • Morgan Page
  • Tommy Trash
  • Holy Ghost!
  • Nervo
  • EOTO
  • Railroad Earth
  • Headhunterz
  • Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
  • Kill the Noise
  • Emancipator
  • Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
  • Baauer
  • Noisia
  • Flosstradamus
  • Michal Menert
  • RL Grime
  • SuckerPunch (ft. Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of Disco Biscuits, Jamie Shields of The New Deal and Mike Greenfield of Lotus)
  • Danny Brown
  • Greensky Bluegrass
  • Lettuce
  • Break Science
  • 3LAU
  • Digital Tape Machine ft. Joel Cummins & Kris Myers of Umphrey's McGee
  • The Polish Ambassador
  • The Werks
  • Treasure Fingers
  • BoomBox
  • Future Rock
  • Le Castle Vania
  • OLIVER
  • Orchard Lounge
  • Jeff Austin & Friends
  • Eskmo
  • Ana Sia
  • Craze
  • Pigs on the Wing (ft. David Murphy of STS9)
  • Eliot Lipp
  • Cyril Hahn
  • Reptar
  • Nick Catchdubs
  • A Tribe Called Red
  • No Regular Play
  • The Pimps of Joytime
  • Lance Herbstrong
  • Clockwork
  • Ryan Hemsworth
  • Just Blaze
  • Doldrums
  • Keys N Krates
  • Nigel Hall
  • Nahko and Medicine for the People
  • Quixotic
  • Robert DeLong
  • Lynx
  • Delhi 2 Dublin
  • Up Until Now
  • Helicopter Showdown
  • Russ Liquid
  • Moon Hooch
  • Dopapod
  • Shreddie Mercury
  • LowRIDERz
  • Milkman
  • The Main Squeeze
  • Samo Sound Boy
  • The Floozies
  • Twiddle
  • Mutrix
  • Tumbleweed Wanderers
  • DVBBS
  • The Stepkids
  • Beard-o-Bees
  • Luke the Knife
  • Manic Focus
  • The Nth Power
  • Party Supplies
  • Rosin Coven
  • Cosby Sweater (ft. Joel Cummins of Umphrey's McGee)
  • Christian Rich
  • Thriftworks
  • Raw Russ
  • Motion Potion
  • Bestfriends
  • Dustin Thomas
  • The Fungineers
  • Dixon's Violin
  • Munson Meeks
  • The Unsheathed
  • Basscrooks
  • Cello Joe
  • Moonrise Nation
  • robbieFITZSIMMONS
  • Jessijem n' the Infamous Crotch Kickers
  • Sam Klass
  • Vokab Kompany
  • Krewella
2014

Electric Forest Festival was held on June 26–29, and sold out for the first time.[17]

Lineup

The lineup included:[18]

  • The String Cheese Incident (3 shows)
  • Steve Angello
  • Umphrey's Mcgee (2 shows)
  • STS9 (2 shows)
  • Zedd
  • Ms. Lauryn Hill
  • Cut Copy
  • Excision
  • Flying Lotus
  • Zeds Dead
  • The Glitch Mob
  • Matt & Kim
  • Moby (DJ Set)
  • Booka Shade
  • Stephen Ragga Marley (ft. Ghetto Youths Crew)
  • ScHoolboy Q
  • EOTO
  • Tycho
  • Art Department
  • Classixx
  • Aloe Blacc
  • Paper Diamond
  • The Ms. Lauryn Hill Incident
  • Anthony Hall
  • 12th Planet
  • After Funk
  • Alex Metric
  • Anders Osborne
  • Andy C
  • Andy Frasco & The U.N.
  • Anna Lunoe
  • Blue Sky Black Death
  • Bob Moses
  • Bombino
  • Bro Safari
  • Cash Cash
  • Cashmere Cat
  • Catz n Dogz
  • Cherub
  • Chrome Sparks
  • Conspirator
  • Cosby Sweater
  • Dantiez Saunderson
  • Dead Confederate
  • Destructo
  • Dirtyphonics
  • Dixon's Violin
  • Dusky
  • Dustin Thomas
  • Emancipator Ensemble
  • Emerson Jay
  • Earphunk
  • Eric Volta
  • Filibusta
  • Francesca Lombardo
  • Fury + MC Dino
  • Gemini Club
  • Golf Clap
  • Graff
  • GTA
  • Hoop Troupe Showcase
  • I Am Legion
  • Isaac Tichauer
  • J. Phlip
  • Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers
  • Jon Wayne and The Pain
  • Jonas Rathsman
  • Jimmy Edgar
  • Justin Martin
  • K Theory
  • Kastle
  • Kaytranada
  • Dantiez Saunderson B2B Kevin Saunderson
  • Kung Fu
  • Kygo
  • Late Night Radio
  • Lee Burridge
  • Lindsay Lowend
  • Los Rakas
  • Luke The Knife
  • Luminox
  • MK
  • Manic Menert (Manic Focus x Michal Menert)
  • Marcelo Moxy
  • Moon Boots
  • Moon Taxi
  • Nahko and Medicine for the People
  • Nahko Bear (Solo)
  • Natasha Kmeto
  • Papadosio
  • Pegboard Nerds
  • Penguin Prison DJ Set
  • Perseus
  • Poolside
  • Protohype
  • RAC
  • Rayland Baxter
  • Rising Appalachia
  • Roadkill Ghost Choir
  • Robbie Fitzsimmons
  • Rosin Coven
  • Ryan Viser
  • S/HE
  • Seven Lions
  • Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds
  • Soul Clap
  • Soul Visions (members of Rising Appalachia & The Human Experience)
  • St. Lucia
  • T. Hardy Morris
  • The Floozies
  • The Fungineers
  • The Revivalists
  • The UNSHEATHED!
  • Topher Jones
  • Trippy Turtle
  • Until The Ribbon Breaks
  • What So Not
  • Wilkinson
  • Woven Tangles
  • Xavier Rudd
  • Zoogma
2015: June 25-June 28
  • Dubfire
  • Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass
  • Leikeli47
  • Chaz French
  • Adam Deitch (DJ set)
  • Dabin
  • The String Cheese Incident (3 shows)
  • Dixon's Violin (4 shows)
  • Bassnectar
  • Skrillex
  • Kaskade
  • Flume
  • Big Gigantic
  • Break Science
  • Carl Cox
  • Carnage
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Datsik
  • Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
  • Electron
  • EOTO
  • Flux Pavilion
  • G-Eazy
  • Galactic with Macy Gray
  • Gramatik
  • Green Velvet
  • Joe Russo's Almost Dead
  • John Digweed
  • Lettuce
  • Lindsey Stirling
  • Lotus
  • Odesza
  • Paul Oakenfold
  • Phantogram
  • Seun Kuti
  • Shpongle (DJ Set)
  • Tchami (Removed in Phase 2)
  • The Motet
  • Yonder Mountain String Band
  • Alison Wonderland
  • American Babies
  • Black Tiger Sex Machine
  • Borgeous
  • Branx
  • Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires
  • Crizzly
  • Delta Spirit
  • Dopapod
  • Ed Rush & Optical
  • Everyone Orchestra
  • ExMag
  • Freddy Todd
  • Funk Hunters feat. Chali 2na
  • GeoVybe
  • Gibbz
  • Goldfish
  • GoldLink
  • Goldroom
  • Haywyre
  • Illenium
  • JackLNDN
  • Jaga Jazzist
  • Jakubi
  • Joseph
  • KOAN Sound
  • Lafa Taylor
  • Life on Planets
  • Little People
  • Made In Heights
  • Mako
  • MartyParty
  • Matoma
  • Miami Horror
  • Midnight Magic
  • Mike Love
  • Minnesota
  • MJ Cole
  • MOPO
  • Mt Eden
  • Nadus
  • Nattali Rize & Notis
  • Nick Monaco
  • Pan Astral
  • Peking Duk
  • Peoples Blues of Richmond
  • Pete Tong
  • Phutureprimitave
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band
  • Russ Liquid
  • Sango
  • Skylar Spence
  • Slow Hands
  • Slow Magic
  • Snails
  • SNBRN
  • Son of Kick
  • Soul Clap
  • Superhuman Happiness
  • TAUK
  • TEEMID
  • Teengirl Fantasy
  • The Accidentals
  • The Ragbirds
  • The Werks
  • Trevor Hall
  • U9Lift
  • Vaski
  • Wave Racer
  • Wiwek
  • Wolf + Lamb
  • Yojimbo
2016

Electric Forest Festival was held on June 23–26, 2016.[19] The announcement was made by fans and loyal members of the community. Those selected received a card in the mail with several artist names and instructed them to post on social media. The reddit community played a crucial role and was one of the main sources of information during the release.[20][21]

Lineup

The lineup headliners include:[22]

  • The String Cheese Incident (3 shows)
  • Adventure Club
  • Baauer
  • Beats Antique
  • Bonobo (DJ set)
  • Duke Dumont
  • Flosstradamus
  • Gorgon City (live)
  • Greensky Bluegrass
  • GRiZ
  • Nahko and Medicine for the People
  • Porter Robinson (live)
  • STS9
  • Tchami
  • The Disco Biscuits
  • Frameworks
  • Fury + MC Dino
  • Furture Rock
  • G Jones
  • Gallant
  • Grandtheft
  • Louis The Child
  • Low Steppa
  • MAGIC GIANT
  • Manic Focus
  • Marian Hill
  • Mark Farina
  • Metrik
  • Mija
  • Mike Dunn
  • Miner
  • Motez (producer)
  • Motion Potion
  • Navid Izadi
  • The New Mastersounds
  • The Nth Power
  • The Polish Ambassador
  • The Soul Rebels featuring Talib Kweli and GZA (replaced Fetty Wap)
  • The Suffers
  • Way Out West
  • What So Not
  • Whilk & Misky
  • Bassnectar
  • 12th Planet
  • AC Slater
  • Alina Baraz
  • Alunageorge
  • Anna Lunoe
  • Aqueous
  • Atlas Road Crew
  • Austin Plaine
  • Bleep Bloop
  • Brillz
  • Bro Safari
  • Broccoli Samurai
  • Calliope Musicals
  • Carly Bins
  • Caspa b2b Rusko
  • Flava D
  • Gryffin
  • Hayden James
  • Hermitude
  • Hippie Sabotage
  • Houndmouth
  • Landis Lapace
  • Lane 8
  • Lany
  • Le Youth
  • Los Colognes
  • Neon Indian
  • New Beat Fund
  • NGHTMRE
  • Nick Monaco Live
  • Ott & The All-Seeing
  • Papadosio
  • Paper Diamond
  • Party Favor
  • TC
  • Teddy Killerz
  • Tei Shi
  • Tennyson
  • The Bright Light Social Hour
  • The Disco Biscuits
  • The Floozies
  • Yotto
  • Will Clarke
  • Major Lazer
  • Chris Lorenzo
  • Coleman Hell
  • Cubicolor
  • Delhi 2 Dublin (DJ set)
  • Dixon's Violin
  • DJ Jazzy Jeff
  • DJ Mustard
  • DJ Soul Sister
  • Doomtree
  • Dumpstaphunk
  • Dusky
  • Earphunk
  • Egyptian Lover
  • EOTO
  • Eprom
  • Evaoff
  • Jackal
  • Jillionaire
  • Josh Wink
  • Just Kiddin
  • Justin Martin
  • Kamasi Washington
  • Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
  • Keys N Krates
  • Kry Wolf
  • Lance Herbstrong
  • Petey Clicks
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band
  • Raury
  • Rufus Du Sol
  • Savory
  • Scott Grooves
  • Skratch Bastid
  • Slander
  • Slumberjack
  • Son Little
  • Soul Clap
  • Stephen
  • Stick Figure
  • SunSquabi
  • Taiki Nulight
2017

For the first time, the Electric Forest Festival was held on two weekends: June 22–25 and June 29-July 2, 2017.

Lineup

The lineup for both weekends included:[23]

  • 12th Planet
  • Andy Hall
  • A-Trak
  • Autograf
  • Bassnectar
  • Big Gigantic
  • Big Wild
  • Bill Nershi & Keith Moseley
  • Bluegrass Generals
  • Bob Moses
  • Brazilian Girls
  • Breakbot
  • CBDB
  • Chris Lake
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Cobi
  • Con Brio
  • Consider the Source
  • Crywolf
  • Dillon Francis
  • Dirty Audio
  • Dixon's Violin
  • DJ EZ
  • Echos
  • Ekali
  • EOTO
  • Fakear
  • FKJ
  • Francis and the Lights
  • Ganja White Night
  • Giraffage
  • Golf Clap
  • Haywyre
  • Honey LaRochelle
  • Illenium
  • Jai Wolf
  • Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers
  • Khruangbin
  • Lettuce
  • Lotus
  • Lynx & The Servants of Song
  • Machinedrum
  • Matisyahu
  • Matoma
  • Minnesota
  • Nombre
  • Opiuo
  • Papadosio
  • Pham
  • PhuturePrimitive
  • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
  • Protoje
  • Rezz
  • Saint Wknd
  • Sepiatonic
  • Shaed
  • Snakehips
  • SNBRN
  • Southern Avenue
  • Spafford
  • StéLouse
  • Tauk
  • The Accidentals
  • The Floozies
  • The Hip Abduction
  • The Infamous Stringdusters
  • The London Souls
  • The Motet
  • The Revivalists
  • The String Cheese Incident
  • TheFatRat
  • Thriftworks
  • Tom Misch (DJ Set)
  • Trevor Hall
  • Two Friends
  • Vince Staples
  • Vourteque
  • Waka Flocka Flame
  • Wave Racer
  • Whethan
  • Win and Woo
  • Woolymammoth

Artists appearing in Weekend 1 only:

  • Above & Beyond
  • AC Slater
  • Andy C
  • Ardalan
  • Asadi
  • Banks
  • Bot
  • Breaking Biscuits
  • Carmada
  • Chet Porter
  • Choir!Choir!Choir!
  • Corbu
  • Crizzly
  • Dimond Saints
  • Donny McCaslin
  • Eden
  • Eptic
  • Eric Krasno Band
  • Everyone Orchestra
  • Fury + MC Dino
  • Her
  • Jack Beats
  • Jacob Banks
  • Jimmy Edgar
  • Kaiydo
  • Kamasi Washington
  • Liquid Stranger
  • Maya Jane Coles
  • My Morning Jacket
  • Nero (Live)
  • ODESZA
  • Oliver Heldens
  • Ott
  • Pendulum DJ Set
  • Pluto
  • Redlight
  • Shift K3Y
  • Sinden
  • Sonny Fodera
  • Space Jesus
  • Thunderthief
  • Tortuga
  • Trampa
  • Troyboi
  • Tycho
  • Viceroy
  • Walker & Royce
  • Wingtip
  • Xenia Rubinos
  • Zomboy

Artists appearing in Weekend 2 only:

  • Afsheen
  • Alison Wonderland
  • Alix Perez
  • Beans on Toast
  • Black Tiger Sex Machine
  • BlackGummy
  • Break Science
  • Brohug
  • Cashmere Cat
  • Castmusic
  • Conspirator
  • Croatia Squad
  • Darnell Williams
  • Delta Heavy
  • DJ Snake
  • Dr. Fresch
  • EDX
  • EPROM
  • Eryn Allen Kane
  • Flint Eastwood
  • Flume
  • FuntCase
  • Gentelmen Callers of LA
  • GTA
  • Hi-Lo
  • Jon Wayne and The Pain
  • Kalya Scintilla & Eve Olution
  • Kyle Hollingsworth Band
  • L D R U
  • Lido
  • Merkaba
  • Mick Jenkins
  • Nahko and Medicine for the People
  • Nick Monaco
  • No Regular Play
  • Nora En Pure
  • Oddisee & Good Compny
  • Ott & The All-Seeing I
  • Pillowtalk
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band
  • River Tiber
  • RL Grime
  • Roman Flügel
  • Shiba San
  • Soul Clap
  • Sub Focus
  • Taylor Bennett
  • Team EZY
  • The Golden Pony
  • The Movement
  • The Skins
  • The Upbeats
  • Theti
  • Thievery Corporation
  • Tor
  • Touch Sensitive
  • Valentino Khan
  • Watermät
  • Wax Motif
  • Wolf + Lamb
  • Xyl0
  • Yahtzel
  • Zeke Beats
See also
  • List of electronic music festivals
  • List of jam band music festivals
References
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