Largest crowd ever expected for EFF

June 6, 2014

01_EF_2014ROTHBURY — This year is the first time in the Electric Forest Festival’s four-year history that tickets sold out prior to the event and organizers are expecting the biggest crowd ever.

Tens of thousands of music lovers from all over the country will flock to EFF June 26-29 at Double JJ Resort in Rothbury.

Hailed as “(among) the world’s 10 best music festivals” (Jetsetter) and “an amazing example of how music and festivals can change one’s outlook on life,” (VICE) EFF is known for bringing together a passionate group of fans whose shared community spirit makes the festival a truly unique experience.

The groundbreaking music and camping festival gives fans the chance to experience a04_EF_2014

diverse lineup of music while being surrounded by the beauty and magic of Sherwood Forest and its many colorful surprises. The festival incorporates the natural beauty of the venue into carefully crafted art pieces and creatively themed environments, while vibrant interactive characters and story lines blend with eclectic performing artists and musicians.

Organizers announced recently that EFF is sold out — just two days after the festival released its final round of artists for the 2014 lineup. Umphrey’s McGee (two shows), 10_EF_2014Manic Menert (Manic Focus x Michal Menert), Blue Sky Black Death, Late Night Radio, Dustin Thomas, Marcelo Moxy and others join the list of over 100 acts scheduled to perform at 2014’s sold-out festival. Performances announced earlier include The String Cheese Incident for three performances, including a special collaboration with Ms. Lauryn Hill dubbed The Ms. Lauryn Hill Incident, MOBY (DJ Set), Steve Angello, STS9 (two shows), Zedd, Cut Copy, Flying Lotus, Zeds Dead, Kaytranada, Schoolboy Q, The Floozies, Matt & Kim, The Glitch Mob, Booka

Shade Live, Stephen “Ragga” Marley, EOTO, Art Department, Aloe Blacc and many others.

The complete list of currently confirmed artists is available at and the official Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. Use the festival’s official hashtag #EF2014.

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