Michigan Bands' Set Times & Seven Must See Shows at Electric Forest


With over 70 artists there's a lot to see at Electric Forest, so here's a look at where and when the Michigan bands will be  and 7 other must see shows. While the lineup is heavy on DJ's be sure to check out the full band sets especially our  Michigan faithful below.

Greensky Bluegrass - Thursday - Sherwood Court - 9:15 - 10:15 pm

Dragon Wagon - Friday -  Wagon Wheel - 11:45 - 12:45am

Superdre - Friday - Wagon  Wheel - 1-2am / Saturday - Forest Stage 8-9pm

the Macpodz - Saturday - Sherwood Court - 1:45-245pm

the Ragbirds - Saturday - Tripolee - 6:15 - 7:15 pm

Cirque du Womp - Friday & Saturday - Sherwood Court - starting at 1:15am - They will also be curating the Sherwood Court for the entire weekend.

7) Break Science - Friday - Sherwood Court - 1:45- 3:00am/ Sunday - Forest Stage - 5-6pm

6)Lance Herbstrong - Friday - Wagon Wheel - 3:30- 4:30am - World electronic music featuring former Porno for Pyros guitarist Peter DiStefano and Thievery Corporation percussionist Frank Orrall.

5)Galactic - Friday - Sherwood Court - 11:45pm- 1:30am

4) Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe – Thursday – Sherwood Court 10:45-12 - The sax man that backed the illustrious Randy Watson in Coming to America brings his funk project to Eff.

3) The Pimps of Joytime - Sunday - Tripolee - 5:45-7pm

2) The New Deal - Friday - Sherwood Court - 6:15- 7:45pm

1) Shpongle - Saturday 1:30-2:45am  - Sherwood Court


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