Cover Photo Credit: Robbie Bohm

Dancefestopia Music Festival will be celebrating 10 years this year and there is certainly no better way to celebrate a big birthday than with a star-studded lineup filled with electronic music artists of all genres! One of the few remaining independently owned and operated major festivals in the country, Dancefestopia returns to Wildwood Outdoor Education Center, just south of Kansas City, September 8-11, 2022 four days and nights of music, dancing, and excitement.

For the first time in Dancefestopia history, campers will be allowed to arrive on-site two days earlier, starting on September 6. The festival will officially kick off on Thursday, September 8, with a pre-party hosted by Seven Lions and Ophelia Records. Music will run until 5 AM that night and then 7 AM the following days. Throughout the weekend, fans will experience sets from Ganja White Night, Louis The Child, Deadmau5, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Marauda, Apashe, Daily Bread, Huxley Anne and so many more heavy-hitters in the bass-focused genres of EDM. For guests who may be feeling a bit more inclined to relax to some chill sounds, Dancefestopia will also feature sets from the likes of Elderbrook, Said The Sky, Blanke, and Yheti, among other diverse names.

All of this is just from the first lineup announcement. Promising over 200 artists, Dancefestopia will continue to add to this list with local artists, who are chosen by fans during the festival’s Yellow Brick Road Tour. With four stages and so many different artists, there is undoubtedly a place for any electronic music lover within The Emerald City. Weekend passes start at $199 with payment plans available and are available for purchase on their website! Camping passes and other add-ons are also available.

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Elena Lin Administrator
I am a concert/festival photographer based in St. Louis, but always eager to travel for new music and experiences and to meet new faces!
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Elena Lin Administrator
I am a concert/festival photographer based in St. Louis, but always eager to travel for new music and experiences and to meet new faces!

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