Electric Forest - Day Tickets
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|Electric Forest - 4 Day Pass|| Double JJ Ranch & Golf Resort
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The famous Electric Forest Festival 2014, known before as the Rothbury Festival, is now around the corner. Focusing on electronic music, the event is held every year at the Double JJ Resort in Rothbury, Michigan. Founded by Insomniac Events and Madison House, this music festival has garnered countless fans from all over the world since its debut in 2008. So if you're a music fan, get ready for four days of electric pop tunes, performances by some of the best DJ's, and laser light shows, by getting hold of the Electric Forest – Day tickets.
Electric Forest Festival is known for bringing thousands of music lovers to Michigan every year. The last event, held in 2013, showcased very entertaining performances. The event kicked off with a performance by DJ Morgan Page, and the artist gathered a large crowd around the main stage with his upbeat tunes. Apart from the main stages, the all-nighters had the chance of catching music in the campgrounds during the night too. While Pretty Lights had the whole crowd dancing to its beats, the String Cheese sets were also uplifting and provided an eclectic mix of rock, modern jam and bluegrass rhythms.
The most commendable aspect of the event was the diversity of people it managed to attract; from hippies, who were drawn in for their love of jam, to those who wanted a taste of EDM music, the event had something to offer to everyone. Other artists who took part in the festival include, Benny Benassi, Tommy Trash,The String Cheese, Treasure Fingers, Orchard Lounge, Eliot Lip, Ana Sia, EOTO and Le Castle Vania. The lineup of this year's festival includes famous names like Eric Volta, Tycho, Excision and Zedd.
Eric Volta came to the music scene with his hit number, “Django on Dirtybird”, produced by Claude Von Stroke's Dirtybird Records. After the release of his debut track, he collaborated with sensations like Cozzy D, produced an EP on Lower East Records, and later teamed up with Sebastian Voigt for the release of “42 Weeks”. Based in London, the artist has now moved to Berlin in pursuit of creating electro music. Known for his spectacular live performances, he is likely to rock the crowd at the Electric Forest Festival.
The talented DJ from Canada, Excision, will also be setting the arena ablaze with his music at this year's Electric Forest Festival. The founder of “Rottun Recordings”, Excision debuted in 2007. Known for hit singles like, “No Escape”, “Do It Now”, “Aliens”, “Swagga” and “Wasted”, the artist is likely to mesmerize the audience with his live show. Scott Hansen, known by his stage name Tycho, has also set the goal of rocking the stage with his upbeat tunes. The singer of hit tracks like, “Dictaphone's Lament” and “Cascade”, Tycho will alsobe there at the festival.
Zedd is also all set to play some excellent electro house music. Influenced by classical music and progressive house, he is known for the hit track, “Clarity” that bagged the number eighth position on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one spot on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart. He is also the winner of a Grammy Award for the “Best Dance Recording”. The “I Need A Dollar” singer, Aloe Blacc, is also listed to play at the festival. Known for the single, “The Man” and for penning the lyrics of “Wake Me Up” by Avicci, he is not only an excellent rapper, but also a highly talented song writer and musician. With his mix of soul, funk, hip hop, jazz and R&B numbers, the multitalented artist has always provided diversity to his fans.
Situated along the stunning Lake Michigan and right in the heart of the Sherwood Forest, the location, the music and the ambience of this upcoming festival will surely enchant the audience. So, if you're a fan of electro music and are looking for a rocking four-day music event, this is the ideal opportunity for you. If you want to see some of the best musicians play live at one place, get the Electric Forest – Day tickets now.