ROTHBURY, MI — A limited number of general admission tickets will be available this week for the long-anticipated, three-day electric music festival in late June.
After being canceled for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans of the popular Electric Forest music festival will be happy to know the festivities are resuming June 23-26 in Rothbury. Many already have their wristbands for admission into the popular event in rural Oceana County.
Fans were first informed by organizers on Thanksgiving that the popular festival would be returning this year to welcome an estimated 40,000 festival-goers for the weekend-long music festival in Oceana County.
General admission camping, Maplewoods, Good Life Village camping, Sherwood Court tent-only camping and the Cherry Orchard camping site are the remaining sites available on Friday.
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General admission is where most of the “forest family” camps, while Good Life Village camping is the main VIP camping option at Electric Forest, according to the festival’s website.
Ticket information is available on the festival’s website here.
The Tuesday load-in on June 21 and the Wednesday early arrival on June 22 are almost sold out, according to their website. Daily Brunch with Chef Sara is available for attendees camping in the Good Life Village.
Special Group Camps, including Sober Camping with Camp Traction and the Her Forest Women’s Group Camp, have returned for this year’s festival. According to their website, the group camps’ availability will close on June 1.
Shuttles from Muskegon, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Chicago and New York City are available for fans of the music festival to get to and from Rothbury safely, according to their website.
Those who choose to take the shuttle from locations in will be able to get complimentary early arrival, according to their website.
Headliners, which were announced in December, are Disclosure, The Disco Biscuits, Griz, Sylvan Esso, Porter Robinson, Slander, Fisher, Louis the Child and Big Gigantic.
The String Cheese Incident will also be back for the 2022 event.
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