Electric Forest 2018 is bringing two weekends of experiences to Rothbury, Michigan in June and July. This week, Electric Forest revealed the lineups for weekend one (June 21-24) and weekend two (June 28 – July 1) festival editions.
Acts appearing at both weekends of Electric Forest 2018 include: The String Cheese Incident (2 shows), Bassnectar, Griz Live Band, RÜFÜS DU SOL, ZHU, Bonobo (live), Chromeo, Cut Copy, Griffin, Louis The Child, Malaa, The Glitch Mob, and Xavier Rudd. Additional talent performing over both weekends include Anna Lunoe, Emancipator, EOTO, Great Good Fine OK, Herobust, Justin Jay’s Fantastic Voyage, Mija, MK, Party Favor, Mr. Carmack, San Holo, and many, many more.
While some of the announced acts will appear at both weekends of Electric Forest, the color differentiation in the lineups below denotes which artists will appear on weekend one and which will appear on weekend two.
Weekend one of Electric Forest includes exclusive performances from Galantis, Green Velvet, Jauz, Keys N Krates, Lil Dicky, Washed Out, Camelphat, Cookie Monsta, Dimension, Hotel Garuda, Kayzo, Nicole Moudaber, Noisia, Seth Troxler, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ set), and more.
The second weekend of Electric Forest brings Marshmello, Testpilot, Datsik, Get Real, Rezz, Superfuperkyle, Attlas, Blackgummy, Boombox Cartel, Crankdat, Jeremy Olander, Lane 8, Manilla Killa, Netsky (DJ set), and more.
Check this space for all things Electric Forest 2018 as they’re revealed.
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