History was made this past weekend, as the inaugural Mysteryland USA became the first music festival to return to New York's iconic Woodstock grounds since 1969. For decades, promoters tried to gain the approval of the Bethel Woods Center For The Arts, to host a gathering on the legendary site. However, it wasn't until this past year that ID&T (the producers behind Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, and Sensation), got the green light to host Mysteryland USA in 2014.

This year's three-day gathering featured performances by Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, Moby, Bro Safari, Steve Aoki, and many more. Hardstyle fans were also treated to their very own stage hosted by The Sound Of Q-Dance. From an all-too-epic voice crack to money raining from the sky, there were a handful of memorable events to take place at this year. In attempts to fully recap what went down, we've scoured through Instagram's weekend feed and collected the best photos and videos to surface thus far!

Kaskade was so excited that his voice cracked on the microphone.

Dillon Francis had the crowd do an epic sit down as he dropped his new track "Get Low."

Flosstradamus & Dillon Francis closed out Sunday night together as Dillstradamus and made it rain with one thousand dollar bills. 

Steve Aoki made history by headlining the main stage.

Bro Safari threw down a sick, bass-heavy set.

The guys were hanging from the rafters as Dillstradamus dropped Brillz's remix to Galantis' "You."

LOUDPVCK & gLAdiator rocked the boat stage together and peformed as GLADPVCK.

Milo & Otis had the crowd at boat stage getting down.

Kill The Noise had a completely packed main stage performance. 

Fedde Le Grand looking totally in the zone during his epic main stage set.

Coone brought Steve Aoki out as he destroyed The Sound Of Q-Dance stage.

Jeremy Olander & Fehrplay has the Sunday School stage groovin'.

A helicopter even flew over the crowd and dropped a bunch of red rose pedals on everyone! 

Photo credit pikzelz

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