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Elements Festival Announces New Location & Lineup Including Kaskade, Rezz, FISHER, Zeds Dead & More



Elements Music and Arts Festival has just dropped their 2022 edition lineup as well as new location, and so far it’s shaping up to be one of the best festival lineups yet. Tickets on sale HERE. Celebrating their fifth anniversary, Elements is going bigger and better than ever. Taking place August 19-22 in Long Pond, Pennsylvania, this larger-than-life event is bringing together more immersive experiences than you could imagine.

Spanning four stages, fans will have a plethora of space to explore and musical adventures to experience. Headliners at the Fire Stage include Kaskade (redux set), FISHER, Zeds Dead, Sofi Tukker, Duke Dumont, Claptone, Sonny Fodera, Solardo, The Knocks, Dr. Fresch, J. Worra and Biscits. Attendees can also prepare to be blown away by sets from Rezz, Big Gigantic, Troyboi, Liquid Stranger, and tons more at the Earth Stage.

Sweeping through the Air Stage is Seth Troxler, Nicole Moudaber, Lauren Flax and more. Heading over to the Water Stage, fans will find top acts like Claude VonStroke, Black V Neck, and Shermanology, just to name a few.

This year’s Elements is poised to flourish more than ever before… by laying roots for the first time in the fields and forests of Long Pond Pennsylvania, where the fest’s Founding Fathers have moved their not-so-little baby from the Lakewood area, to the woodlands adjacent to the Raceway in Long Pond, Monroe County. This new site provides a built-in food, water, parking, car camping, and safety infrastructure, with a history of hosting events 5x the size of Elements, and a shorter drive to all major cities on the East Coast. 

“We want to have people experience things at Elements that they’ve never done anywhere else. We’ve offered inflatable obstacle courses as well as saunas and other wellness type of wellness activities where you can actually be rejuvenated after a long night of partying. We’ve also had haunted houses, entertainers doing fire breathing, and even have had people get married on site with makeshift chapels created in the woods.” – Brett Herman (Elements Co-Founder)

Elements doesn’t have an aesthetic that’s easy to pin down, nevertheless, what takes place across its stages and between every nook and cranny of the vast venue—powered by an onsite solar farm—is a delicious, organic treat for lighting up the imagination with so many experiences rolled into one. It’s equal parts a production-perfect highbrow festival; a dreadlocked, psychedelic neon jungle; a sprawling art installation; a camping, bathing, ninja-flipping, fire-breathing, and downward-dogging dream that comes true; with the sheer scale of its spectacle, like a earthier and more immersive version of the most revered sparkly electronic behemoths. 


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