Lineups Announced for Mysteryland, Ultra & Eaux Claires Festival

Your chance to catch G-Eazy, Flume, Bon Iver, Die Antwoord and more

Written by Live Nation Staff • February 9, 2017

__Mysteryland - Bethel Woods, NY (June 9-12)__ Mysteryland returns for its fourth run in the states this summer with a loaded lineup. Headlining the festival are G-Eazy, LCD Soundsystem, Major Lazer, Big Gigantic, Die Antwoord, Porter Robinson, RL Grime and Run the Jewels. Other electronic acts slated to lead the crowds are Louis the Child, Patrick Topping, Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, Giraffage, Skream, Ookay, Eats Everything, Duke Dumont, Boys Noize and A-Trak. The Dutch festival has been running since 1993 and has kept its focus on electronic music since its inception. Now also held in Chile and the United States, Mysteryland maintains the reputation of being the world’s longest-running electronic festival. If you wanted to experience the mystery magic on the original Woodstock grounds, tickets can be purchased [here](

__Eaux Claires - Eau Claire, WI (June 16-17)__ Curated by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner, Eaux Claires Festival has just announced its lineup for 2017. Last year’s event made it to [Paste’s 10 Best Music Festivals of 2016]( list in only its second year. The Eaux Claires Troix (EXC III) bill features some of the finest indie rock acts, including Wilco, Feist and Mountain Man. Also topping the program will be Vernon’s own Bon Iver, Vernon and Dessner’s collab project Big Red Machine, Paul Simon with yMusic, Sylvan Esso, Spank Rock, Chance the Rapper and Danny Brown. With this eclectic mix of artists and styles, their third year is already looking like a winner. The weekend fest will take place June 16-17 this year as opposed to its previous runs in August. Tickets are on sale now on their [official website](

__Ultra Music Festival - Miami, FL (March 24-26)__ Every year Ultra proves its commitment to creating a diverse and promising lineup, which explains why their GA tickets sold out before the full lineup was even released. As usual, the acts revealed are some of the biggest names in dance music, like Above & Beyond, Carl Cox, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix and DJ Snake. This year, the festival added another subset within its successful Resistance category, expanding to two different stages to appease the growing crowd of techno enthusiasts in Miami. The stage will feature a back-to-back set with legendary DJs Sasha and John Digweed, Hot Since 82, Dubfire, Marcel Dettmann, and four out of Resident Advisor’s top six DJ acts of 2016: Jackmaster, Tale of Us, Maceo Plex and Adam Beyer. If this legendary lineup has you up for purchasing a VIP ticket, you can stop by their site [right here](