ROTHBURY, Mich. – Thousands of people from all over are converging on a small West Michigan village for the 9th Annual Electric Forest Festival.
The 4-day music festival, held in the village of Rothbury, kicks off Thursday but patrons are already making the pilgrimage to start the party a day early.
More than 45,000 people are expected to attend this year's sold-out installment, which wraps up early Monday morning.
The String Cheese Incident, Odesza, Kygo, Zeds Dead and T-Pain are just some of the notable acts performing this year. However, the lineup includes a mulititude of artists from different music genres (it's not as Electric as you might think).
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