There are plenty of rock music festivals, and country music festivals in the Midwest, but fans of electronic music don't have many options, but that is about to change.

Chippewa Valley Music Festivals, the company behind Rock Fest and Country Fest (now called Hoofbeat) in Cadott, Wisconsin, is launching a new music festival called 'Force Fields' in 2025.

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The new EDM experience was announced as more than just a music festival, like many EDM festivals around the world, a narrative is being crafted for this event, UFOs and other mysteries will immerse festival goers while watching "the hottest EDM artists".

At this point, no artist for the festival have been announced, that will come later this year, or early in 2025, but we do know that the festival will take place at the Chippewa Valley Music Festival grounds just outside Cadott on June 6th and 7th of 2025.

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The new EDM festival will feature 4 stages and have the capacity for 4,000 campsites for the two-day gathering. In the official announcement for the new festival, they say that festival-goers will experience "incredible sets from global EDM sensations and groundbreaking new talent, mind-bending visuals, and awe-inspiring production."

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I've been going to Rock Fest for years, and I couldn't be more excited about this new experience they are creating, the small, but creative and hardworking team at Chippewa Valley Music Festivals delivers world-class events each year, and this, I'm sure will be a well run, and produced festival from the start, as they have over 35-years of experience behind them.

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