Kaskade, Steve Aoki and a host of other A-list DJs will grace the stages at Mysteryland's inaugural stateside run, the dance music festival revealed Thursday.
The event will take place Memorial Day weekend at Bethel Woods, in New York -- the famed site of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair Festival. The Huffington Post is a media partner of Mysteryland.
Friday's Main Stage festivities will be headlined by Aoki, who will be joined by Nicky Romero, Showtek, NERVO, Fedde Le Grand and other producers and DJs. Saturday is Kaskade's night, with the American DJ following performances by Moby, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus and more.
Mysteryland is a 21-plus festival and features a host of on-site additives alongside the music program. There's a Healing Garden, where attendees can take part in yoga and meditation, a Love Chapel and Ceremony Field. Art installations and performances by Dadara, Angus Watt, Kate Raudenbusch, and The Lucent Dossier Experience will also feature at the event.
In addition to the main stage, a Sunday School Mini-Fest will feature underground sounds (including a vinyl-only stage), with the Big Top tent focusing on techno artists like Dubfire and Joris Voorn. Spiegeltent, a "wood and mirrored" area, will feature Seth Troxler, Ryan Crosson, Shaun Reeves and Lee Curtiss of Visionquest.
That's not all: The Boat will feature bass and trap stylings from the likes of Paper Diamond, Bro Safari and Dillon Francis and Flosstradamus' new group, Dillstradamus. Q-Dance, Mysteryland's storied Hardstyle showcase, will take place in a tent.
Phase two of ticket sales will start Tuesday March 11, 10AM EST. More information is available at Mysteryland's website. The festival is put on by ID&T, the Dutch company behind Sensation, Tomorrowland and TomorrowWorld.