Mysteryland, the world's longest running dance-music festival, is making its U.S. debut this coming weekend at Bethel Woods Center For The Arts in Bethel, New York, aka the site of 1969's Woodstock Festival.
“Mysteryland has had a tremendous impact on the music world and it is the logical festival to follow in the footsteps of the original ground-breaking music event, Woodstock,” Robert F.X. Sillerman, Chairman and CEO of SFX, said in a press release announcing the event last year. “This is more than just a music festival. This is a seminal event that marks the same kind of revolution in society that Woodstock signified. Woodstock changed everything when it took place in 1969 – music, culture, the way we looked at the world. Mysteryland did the same 20 years ago, when it started what is now a tidal wave of electronic music festivals and Electronic Music Culture (EMC), which engages hundreds of millions of people across the planet. SFX is proud to have the honor of producing Mysteryland at the home of Woodstock.”
Artists set to perform at this year's Mysteryland include Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Nicky Romero and many, many more. Head to the Mysteryland website for more details on the festival and set times for this coming weekend.