Drumcode Plots Mysteryland USA Takeover [SUNDAY PASS + MERCH GIVEAWAY]

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Adam Beyer is bringing Drumcode to Upstate New York’s Bethel Woods on May 24 for a label showcase at Mysteryland USA.

Beyer—who is set to release his four-track “Stone Flower” EP on May 4—is bringing a bevy of huge techno names with him for the stage. His partner Ida Engberg will perform on the stage, and the pair is fresh off a huge B2B afterhours set at ENTER London earlier this month. Nicole Moudaber is sure to throw down a throbbing set, as her “Dub Material” EP is due for release just days earlier on May 11.


Alan Fitzpatrick is also slated to perform, and based upon the cutting remix of Róisín Murphy’s “Exploitation” he just premiered, it’s sure to be a killer set. Bart Skills and Cocoon 2015 at Amnesia Ibiza resident Paul Ritch are also scheduled to play.

Interested in a day of drums, techno, and the untzuntzuntz? Enter for a chance to win two Sunday Mysteryland USA passes and a Drumcode merch pack (including a t-shirt, earplugs, flag, USB, and bottle opener) from the PromoSimple widget below. Entries must be received by Wednesday, May 6 at 4 PM.

RULES: YOU MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER, AND BE ABLE TO PROVIDE YOUR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO MYSTERYLAND USA. MUST BE A US RESIDENT. TICKET PICK UP INFORMATION WILL BE SENT TO THE WINNER AFTER APRIL 17 VIA EMAIL. No purchase necessary. The voting period will begin at 1:00PM EST on April 29, 2015, and ends at 4:00 PM EST on May 6, 2015. The winner will be notified that day via email. The winners are allowed to bring ONE companion of their choice. Winners will be denied entry if they try to bring more than one companion. Entrants must use their legal name on the contest entry form as listed on the ID being used to pick up tickets. The contest/event is only open to those 21+ at the time of the event. Winners must respond in a timely fashion via email to confirm their spot, otherwise their prize will be forfeited. DJ Times will not be held liable for any damage to personal property or injuries sustained while attending this event. Prizes are non-transferrable. While we will never spam you, entering via email gives DJ Times permission to add your email address to its email mailing lists, and to share your email address with any sponsorship partners of this event.