Holland’s longest-standing electronic music and camping festival, Mysteryland, is all set for its grand post-Covid return this summer!
Having hosted around 100,000 party-goers last time around in 2019, organisers will this year invite more than 300 acts, with 22 different stage hosts, covering most conceivable dance & electronic genres – ranging from Hardstyle, Techno, R&B, House, EDM, Hardcore, Latin, Hip-Hop, Pop, Trance and Disco.
With this recent announcement, stage hosts include some familiar staples + plus some new additions; such as Carl Cox Presents Awesome Soundwave, Cocoon, Trance Energy, Q-Dance, Heldeep Records and many others.
You can view the different day splits here or just check out the poster below.
Ticket & travel info
Just bear in mind that some tickets will have rolled over from 2021’s postponement, so they’ll likely sell out quicker than usual this year. Visit their website here to get yours.
Mysteryland will take place from 26 – 28 August 2022 in Haarlemmermeer near Amsterdam. For any cheap flights to Amsterdam and accommodation options, check out Skyscanner.
Mysteryland aftermovie (2019):
More about Mysteryland
Originally debuting back in 1993, Mysteryland is one of Europe’s longest-standing electronic music festivals, entertaining more than 100,000 festival-goers from over 100 different nations each year.
Located just 25km South-West of Amsterdam and 5km from Schiphol International Airport, the festival grounds are rooted between the beautiful fields, woods, and lakes of the Floriade Terrain in Haarlemmermeer in the Netherlands.
Once you’re there, the various paths through forests and grassy fields will guide you to hidden chill-out spaces, art installations and food courts as you encounter like-minded travellers.
There’s also a Healing Garden that offers various treatments for any spiritual seekers, from chi gong to cacao ceremonies, to massages, yoga and meditation sessions.
Don’t forget to check out other upcoming dance & electronic music festivals in Europe via our European festivals feed.