Fantastical Feats & World Records
Embark on a journey that brings the Forest Family, The Forest Community, and The Forest itself together for fantastical experiences.
Brainstorm with your fellow Forest Family to devise remarkable, sensational, groovy, unique, creative, funky Fantastical Feats & World Records to set on site at Electric Forest.
Fantastical Feats & World Records can be comedic, ambitious, and never-before-seen campaigns to set new, or surpass existing, Electric Forest Records.
As Fantastical Feats & World Records are accomplished, achievements are added to the Trophy Room found in Sherwood Forest, to live on in the Record Books for eternity.
The Guinness Book has nothin’ on Forest World Records.
This is an invitation to let loose and have some fun together.
The Forest brims with fascination, wonder, and curiosity. A community of ambitious souls gather in Rothbury each year to uncover our potential and push the boundaries of what is possible. We create. We grow. We connect. On the other side we emerge with a newfound understanding of ourselves and our community.
What can we do together, as a Forest Family, to discover what we are capable of?
In 2018, The Wish Machine sparked the first-ever Electric Forest Fantastical Feat & World Record, and the Forest Family set a record for the most Forest Family dressed up as superheroes in Electric Forest history.
BE INSPIRED BY SOME ELECTRIC FOREST FANTASTICAL FEATS & WORLD RECORDS THE FOREST FAMILY HAS SET IN YEARS PAST:
- Most Forest Family Dressed As Superheroes – The String Cheese Incident & Odai (2018)
- Most Epic Mohawk – Michael B. (2019)
- Greatest Sherwood Forest Pillow Fight – Pooja S. (2019)
- Longest Conga Line – Joanna J. (2019)
- Bread Winner – Mark D. (2019)
- The Human Garden – Samantha C. (2019)
- Longest Single Song – The String Cheese Incident (75-minute “Rosie”) (2019)
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