Electric Forest Reveals On-Sale Date for Remaining 2022 Wristbands

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Thinking about attending Electric Forest next June? Get ready Forest Fam because all remaining wristbands go on sale on December 10.


It’s been two years since the Forest Fam has been able to reunite for a weekend filled with unreal beats and stunning production elements at Electric Forest in Rothbury, Michigan. Many have patiently awaited its return while others have found their way to the forest to experience it on their own, but late last month word surfaced from Forest HQ that their plans for returning in 2022 were a go with announced dates being June 23-26.

Those who previously purchased passes for the festival have already begun making their travel plans, but if you’re someone who decided to attend Electric Forest and doesn’t have a ticket yet – you’re not completely out of luck. Today, Forest HQ revealed that all remaining passes including General Admission, Maplewoods, Good Life, and Cherry Orchard will be available starting on December 10. Additionally, Tuesday load-in, Wednesday Early Arrival, Single Occupancy Arrival, and Good Life Brunch passes will also be available for those planning to attend.

Something that’s important to note is that these passes are very limited and will sell out quickly. Make sure to set as many reminders as you need before the on-sale date and log in to your ticketing account in advance of the sale so you can secure your spot. Those who aren’t able to purchase still have another chance beyond this limited sale as the Official Wristband Exchange is also set to open with Forest HQ urging attendees to use it so they can avoid scammers.

All remaining passes for Electric Forest 2022 go on sale Friday, December 10 at 10am ET. Head over to their website to make your purchase and get further details on shuttles, group camping, and more.


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