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Electric Forest has officially dropped its four-day lineup, curated for the dancers, the headbangers, and everyone in between. The festival has revealed that it will welcome over 60 artists to its home in Rothbury, Michigan from June 20th to June 23rd. The lineup has confirmed two sets from the founders themselves, The String Cheese Incident, and headliners like Knock2, who secured his first festival headline at Electric Forest. 

House producer Ben Böhmer is performing on the first day, along with The Disco Biscuits and pop singer Nelly Furtado. Dom Dolla and John Summit have been set to team up on the same night. Black Tiger Sex Machine has teased bringing Church back to The Forest before rapper Ludacris and beloved producer Pretty Lights take the stage on June 21st.

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Saturday’s headliners feature the debut of “Psyren” by Clozee and LSDream, along with sets from John Summit and Subtronics. Electric Forest will close on Sunday, June 23rd with headliners Umphrey’s McGee and a back-to-back with Big Gigantic and NGHTMRE. Techno queen Charlotte de Witte is bringing her dark beats and dubstep heavyweight Excision is summoning the end of the festival weekend. 

The 2024 Electric Forest lineup is also heavy on bass music from artists like ATLiens, Whyte Fang, and Level Up. Drum and bass producers Chase & Status and Dimension are bringing energetic tracks, along with house and techno from LP Giobbi and Green Velvet. Along with EDM, jam bands like Lettuce and indie groups like Peach Tree Rascals have been invited to The Forest.

Electric Forest has made itself a staple in the music scene with lineups curated for everyone. The festival’s roots are in kindness and generosity to foster an experience unlike any other. Now that the lineup for Electric Forest 2024 has dropped, stay tuned for the festival’s official playlist. 

Check out Electric Forest’s official website for the full lineup, types of passes, and more information on the festival. See you in the forest!

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