The biggest dance music festival of The Netherlands, Mysteryland, has announced its 2018 hosting partners which include among others Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano Sexy by Nature Stage.
In the summer of 1993, the first electronic music festival of the world saw daylight in The Netherlands. Much has changed since then, but maybe even more things have stayed the same. We’ve grown quite a bit of course and our extended family now consists of over 100.000 party animals. Mysteryland still is the most immersive outdoor festival experience in the Netherlands, where you can enter multiple worlds at once, much like in a dream. Mysteryland still prides itself on presenting a variety of music that can unite all tribes of music lovers and party-animals. This variety in music attracts birds of different feathers, making Mysteryland one of the most open-minded, inspirational and inclusive festivals of the world.
The lovely little festival has now grown to become a three-day manifestation with a full onboard campsite that includes tipis, cabins, tents and exclusive camping stages where the party continues day and night.
Mysteryland reveals hosting partners for the 2018 edition including Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano Sexy by Nature stage.
Following the tradition, the Main Stage and Q-dance stage will be 2 of the largest among the 17 areas, inviting international stars of the electronic dance music scene to headline Mysteryland this summer. And this is just the beginning, as the organization will be joining forces with some exciting new partners.
The most interesting, in our opinion, is the now run-in Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano Sexy by Nature stage. Their hot and steamy concept will conquer a brand new stage situated right on the lake.
On the lush green Southern parts of the terrain, Sven Väth’s label Cocoon will return for the full weekend with its forward-thinking underground concept, uniting Techno and House fans from all over the globe. Next door, Jamie Jones will host his Paradise-party with full focus on the funkier side of House and Techno.
Musical diversity has always been key to Mysteryland. This year, the festival promises to break down the barriers between music genres even further.