To Write Love On Her Arms and The Forest invite you to be a part of an interactive growth experience.
The Forest Family builds a wall together, decorated and dominated by our aspirations for growth, with our barriers left in the past.VIEW MORE INFO
Set an intention, develop your goals, recognize the words and symbols that create distance between us, break down your barriers, and start your Rothbury experience with a deep breath of fresh air.
This wall represents the things that threaten to keep us separated, and focuses on the ways that we strive to develop as human beings.
The Forest is built upon acceptance, kindness, freedom, respect, peace, and love. As the weekend winds down, the wall and all of our internal barriers will be dismantled, deconstructed, and destroyed. Its pieces are distributed to attendees and offered as a token of our aspirations for improvement, and a reminder that the walls in our lives are not permanent.
Set an intention and break down your barriers. Enter The Forest feeling weightless, and bring that mentality home.
Want to make a difference? Visit HeadCount to register to vote, learn about local elections, and paint on the community canvas.VIEW MORE INFO
In 2022, over 2,300 Forest Family engaged with HeadCount, and 293 new voters registered to vote!
In 2019, HeadCount registered over 750 Forest Family as voters, and during the 2020 Festival Challenge, Headcount registered 2,491 voters and verified an additional 12,525… bringing the total count of voters registered with Electric Forest to 6,525 since 2011.
HQ teams up with Conscious Alliance for the eleventh consecutive year to host The Roy Price Memorial Food Drive! All food donations will benefit the local Price Family Food Bank of Rothbury, Michigan, which has collected record amounts of food for the local community.
In 2022, the Forest Family generously donated over 13,500lbs of food to the Conscious Alliance Roy Price Memorial Food Drive at Electric Forest.VIEW MORE INFO
SINCE 2011, OVER 390,000 MEALS HAVE BEEN DONATED TO CONSCIOUS ALLIANCE AT ELECTRIC FOREST!
Donate 20 non-perishable food items or make a suggested monetary donation and receive a limited edition poster. As always, donations collected at the festival will benefit members of the Rothbury community through our long-standing partnership with the Price family and their food distribution network.
In 2019, the Forest Family donated over 26,800 meals to The Roy Price Memorial Food Drive, and in 2020, The Forest Family That Feeds Campaign generated 10,676 meals via online donations.
Conscious Alliance is a national nonprofit committed to supporting communities through hunger relief.
Food donations should be low-sodium and health-oriented products. Organic food donations are especially encouraged. Ramen Noodles and expired items will not be accepted for the poster.
Thank you for your continued support in feeding the hungry everywhere music plays!
Electric Forest has expanded the Music In Schools Program to better support ALL that The Forest values - Community, Arts, Music, and Preservation. Introducing the Electric Forest Michigan CAMP Project, where HQ seeks to support local projects that align with these various core values. In 2022, the program continues to support local music programs through the Oceana County Community Fund while also funding community arts & parks projects. HQ seeks to continue spreading The Forest ethos and uplifting Michigan’s local music, arts, and nature!show more
Electric Forest’s Music In Schools program has supported local music education since 2012. Each year, thousands of dollars are donated to help keep music part of the curriculum in Michigan public schools.
By donating money and instruments to local school music programs, Electric Forest is bridging the gap between diminishing school budgets and music program resource needs. Since its inception in 2012, Electric Forest’s Music in Schools program has donated six figures to local schools to enhance the resources available to their music departments. The Music In Schools program also offers hands-on experiences to music students, including performance opportunities at the festival, as well as on-site mentorship opportunities where students interested in music production “shadow” Electric Forest professionals during the event.
After all, Electric Forest’s home should be a place of musical discovery year-round!