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Journey Through Mysteryland's 20 Year History With The 2015 Trailer

Since its inception in 1993, Mysteryland has cemented its legacy as one of the premier electronic music festivals in the world. The festival, which made its debut in the Netherlands, prides itself on its forward-thinking blend of music and arts. Because of that vision, they have welcomed some of the biggest names in electronic music year in and year out. The Mysteryland brand, which is produced by ID&T, was the predecessor to some of the biggest and most symbolic music festivals to date, like Tomorrowland and TomorrowWorld.

In 2011, Mysteryland expanded from the Netherlands to Chile, marking the first time the iconic festival ventured abroad. After seeing tremendous success in both Chile and its home country, Mysteryland, once again, sought to expand in 2014, this time to America. The festival set up shop in Bethel Woods, home of the ‘69 Woodstock festival, and perhaps, the most fitting venue on Earth for dance music’s longest-running festival brand. Mysteryland’s debut in the States was a resounding success, and for its second run in Bethel Woods, Mysteryland USA is coming back bigger and better than ever. 

With artists like KygoDillon FrancisDiplo and Porter Robinson, amongst many others, slated to take the stage in upstate New York on May 23rd and 24th, there’s no question that the second iteration of Mysteryland USA will impress. While Mysteryland’s all-encompassing festival experience and lengthy past is nearly impossible to capture in a four-minute video, the festival has released its brand new 2015 trailer, which takes you through stunning aerial shots of Bethel Woods and explains Mysteryland’s rich history.

Check out the trailer below. Limited tickets to Mysteryland USA 2015 are still available, so snag them here!

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