Electronic Festival Mysteryland Returns to Bethel
The world’s longest running dance festival returns to the home of the world’s most emblematic festival this Memorial Day Weekend. From May 22-25, fans will flock to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts—the site of the original Woodstock—for Mysteryland’s second U.S. installment.
Located just 90 miles from New York City, Mysteryland takes place on an 800-acre site in the idyllic rolling hills of Sullivan County. Festival goers will be captivated by world-renowned artists such as Australian electronic duo Empire of the Sun and Norwegian electronic star Kygo. Swedish techno guru Adam Beyer, German house DJ Robin Schulz, Belgian producer Netsky and Slovenian electronic hip-hop artist Gramatik add to the juicy international flavor. Nigerian native Moudaber Nicole and Brit Maya Jane Coles will be on hand proving the ladies can mix beats that are just as fiery.
The stars and stripes will also be well-represented on the iconic festival grounds. Diplo and Dillon Francis are two of the most prominent American DJs on the bill. Texas avant-pop artist Matthew Dear, Detroit’s Griz, and Atlanta’s dub-step producer Bro Safari will also draw huge crowds while Beats Antique front-woman Zoe Jakes will enthrall avid dancers. Undoubtedly, all of the performers present will keep Bethel’s lush grounds bumping and shaking from the opening party Friday night until early Monday morning.
Bethel Woods features an amphitheater that seats up to 15,000, another indoor event gallery, on-site camping and a Woodstock Museum which also features an exhibit on the rise of the electronic music culture in the U.S. A variety of foods will be provided by vendors from Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg and the music stages will be designed by famous clubs from around the globe. With everything going on, Mysteryland USA is sure to provide an unforgettable weekend. Get your tickets here to join in the party.