This post in particular looks at Friday's lineup by stage. For the other two days, click through the buttons above.
Tulsa's own KIID H4WK has opened for major names in DJ music like Skrillex, Zed's Dead, and DJ Mustard. With big, dubstep-influenced EDM beats and flashy production, his original mixes keep audiences kinetically engaged during live sets.
His most recent remix of Kill the Noise's "I Do Coke" has garnered tens of thousands of plays in the past month since it was released on Soundcloud.
He'll rock the Diskoportal stage, which features a 360 degree lotus flower design complete with pyrotechnics and a giant disco ball.
From Tahlequah, OK hails Joe Mack, a long-standing multi-instrumentalist who uniquely blends genres in engaging live performances. His knowledge of composition combines with looping pedal skills to extend his masterful guitar work beyond the scope of itself into enthusiastic one-man-band territory.
His fusion of diverse genres shows in his most recent single, "Ever Any Nothing," which borrows heavily from current trends in EDM to create something distinctly original.
Catch him at the Kumbaya venue, which provides a laid-back campfire aesthetic.
Tulsa-based JoeMyside and The Sorrow offers upbeat tunes that incorporates flavors of punk and country for a unique rock sound. The four-piece plays traditional rock instruments, so that twist comes specifically from the way the group writes its original songs. Playing an early set on Friday, these guys will get the party started right at the campfire-themed Kumbaya stage.
The Young Vines of Tulsa, OK are an indie rock group that builds soul-stirring mid-tempo atmospheres from a lean setup. The quartet proved their arrangement chops and songwriting know-how on last year's Run Away EP.
With guitar, bass, and drums, the band will take the large, castle-themed Motherland venue, which promises an abundance of lighting effects to enhance the band's indie rock vibes.
Oklahoma City's Blake O is a metro mainstay of the DJ scene. His in-demand style of entertainment has put him in the OK Gazette Best of OKC finals year after year. He also makes a point to not rely on laptop technology, a characteristic the shows his studio musician background and integrity. Last week, he put out a sunny new original single on iTunes called "Right Here".
Blake will be spending the full weekend spinning for swimmers at The Island, a stage that stands in the middle of Backwoods' lake area.
From Norman, OK comes PVLMS, an electronic duo that has been enthusiastically featured in publications ranging from local print circulations like the Oklahoma Gazette to national online tastemakers like Earmilk.
With its generally chilled out approach to electronic music, PVLMS will fit nicely with the exclusive VIP Lounge of Backwoods, which is an access-only area with an intimate stage.