As the wonderful hustle and bustle of New York City is something we all know and love, not many people are aware of the beautiful outskirts that New York has to offer. The Catskills, less than 90 miles outside of NYC,  are inviting you to their very own festival. Gather festival will be taking play this Memorial Day weekend on May 25-26 and will bring you fabulous production as well as some of electronic music’s finest creators.

Gather will be held in the exquisite Catskills, a region filled with musical antiquity, as the 50th anniversary of Woodstock takes place there this August. Gather will be held at a mountain resort, and will be lake-side in this thoroughly jungly domain. This will prove to be the perfect escape from the raging city life.

They are proud to announce that there will be some leading house and techno gurus such as major breakout starts like Amelie Lens and Mira along industry legends like MK, Moscoman, Audiofly, and more. Gather wants to pay allegiance to the roots of the EDM industry as artists like Stacey Pullen, Doc Martin, Danny Tenaglia, and the family legacy of Floorplan take the stage.

Concert-goers will be able to camp on-site or stay at any of the nearby resorts and hotels. A shuttle service to and from Manhattan will also be provided. This will be Gather’s 5th year anniversary, and Teksupport has curated some of New York’s most exclusive and electrifying parties of recent years. They have down a fantastic job of scouting the city to bring innovative locations to concert attendees. Some earth-shattering venues have been in submarine factories, navy yards, subterranean ballrooms and industrial warehouses.

Get your tickets here and check out the full Phase 1 lineup below.

Phase 1 Lineup:

Agoria

Amelie Lens

Art Department

Audiofly

Butch

Chaim

D’Julz

Danny Tenaglia

Desert Hearts (Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Marbs)

Doc Martin

Floorplan

Francesca Lombardo

Gaiser (LIVE)

Marco Faraone

Matador (LIVE)

Mimi Love

Mira

MK

Moscoman

Mr.G (LIVE) USA Debut

Ryan Elliott

Stacey Pullen

Steve Rachmad

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