[Mysteryland USA] Nicky Romero Presents: Protocol NY Reboot On May 23 at Holy Ground Campsite + Exclusive Mix

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MAY 2, 2014

On the evening of Friday, May 23, Mysteryland USA attendees who are camping on the Holy Ground will be treated to a special pre-party hosted by Dutch phenom Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings label, inviting some of his most talented residents including TritonalDon DiabloJohn DahlbäckVicetone and Michael Calfan to kick-start the festival. 
“I’m really proud of having these five very talented artists of the Protocol family playing at our Protocol stage at Mysteryland USA. Each of them had one or more successful releases on my imprint so they play a huge part in the succes of the label,” Nicky explains. “I’m very happy we can support the guys in this way as well. Come check us out!”
Nicky will be performing on the Main Stage on Saturday, May 24, infecting Mysteryland USA with his seductive blend of progressive house laced with electro and acid synths. He continues to pave it forward with his Protocol brand that is quickly establishing itself as a leading dance music platform – a go-to outlet for forward-thinking dance music. Championing up and coming artists, like Don Diablo, John Dahlback, Vicetone, Kryder, Michael Calfan and Merk & Kremont, with his record label, club night and radio show, Romero extends his influence to help develop the next generation of artists, while also supporting more established acts such as Calvin Harris, R3hab, Nervo, Krewella and Bassjackers, amongst others. With the label’s releases consistently flowing in the Beatport top 10, it is clear that its impact is being heard around the world. Furthermore, Protocol Radio, a weekly show syndicated to more than 60 radio stations on FM, receives over 40 million listeners every week and it continues to grow at a rapid rate. Don’t miss the Protocol family, as they take over Mysteryland USA this May! 

Mysteryland USA
May 23-26, 2014
Memorial Day Weekend 2014
Bethel Woods Center For The Arts
Bethel, New York
21+ festival