Following a year off in 2020, Elements Music & Arts Festival will return to northeast Pennsylvania later this year with four days and nights of live music and more scheduled for September 3rd-6th, 2021.

The multi-day music festival produced by New York City-based company BangOn! will take place in Lakewood, Pennsylvania and will feature performances from a number of notable electronic artists across four stages including Chris Lake, Diplo, Bonobo, Ganja White Night, Bob Moses, CloZee, Yotto, Claude VonStroke, and Rusko, event organizers announced on Wednesday.

The music and camping festival will also treat attendees to large-scale art sculptures, interactive performances, 3D video projection mapping, health and lifestyle activities, and more.

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Additionally, organizers detailed their two-part COVID-19 testing policy, which will require ticket-holders to show proof of vaccination or take a free PCR lab COVID-19 test before the event plus an additional rapid test at the time of arrival on-site.

“We are so grateful for the amazing community that has developed at Elements, and we want to thank them by delivering an experience that they could have never imagined and is unparalleled in the festival world,” BangOn! co-founder Tim Monkiewicz said in a statement with Wednesday’s lineup announcement. “From performers swinging through the trees, to being surrounded on all sides by immersive projections on a 20’ft sculpture, we are creating an atmosphere that will truly feel like another world!”

Tier 2 tickets and camping passes will go on sale next Monday (2/8) beginning at 1 p.m. ET. Fans should click here to register for limited pre-sale access.

Like other event promoters throughout the concert industry, BangOn! was forced to pivot its planned 2020 events following the arrival of COVID-19 with the safer In My Elements Music Festival Retreats (which were limited to 250 individuals) last summer.

Head to the festival website for more information on this year’s event. Scroll down to check out the phase one lineup.