Dozens arrested at this year’s Electric Forest

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This year’s edition of Electric Forest closed out its second weekend just days ago, and the police reports from the festival have begun to make their way into the news.

Michigan State Police, contracted to patrol the festival over its eight days, are reporting that 27 people were arrested and another 31 are expected to face arrest. Current and pending charges include felony drug and larceny cases, as well as misdemeanor offenses like assault, drug possession, trespassing and destruction of property. Additionally, they investigated 97 complaints and assisted emergency medical responders during medical calls on the site.

The Rothbury, Michigan festival took place over the course of two weekends: June 21-24 and June 28-July 1. Police estimate that about 30,000 people attended the festival’s first weekend, and more than 40,000 attended its second.


Electric Forest reveals full 2018 lineup featuring REZZ, Marshmello, Testpilot and more

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After attendees leaked a partial list of 2018 Electric Forest artists at an event thrown by the festival in Ann Arbor earlier this month, next year’s lineup is finally out in its entirety.

During the first weekend of June 21-24, attendees will be treated to Galantis, Green Velvet, Jauz, Keys N Krates, Lil Dicky, in addition to previously announced headliners The String Cheese Incident, Bassnectar, Griz Live Band, RÜFÜS DU SOL and ZHU, who will play both weekends.

Additions to the weekend two lineup include Marshmello, deadmau5 moniker Testpilot, Datsik and REZZ, among many others.

Tickets are on sale Dec. 15, with loyalty sales beginning Dec. 7.

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