The dynamics of turbine blades with underplatform dampers (UPDs) is often experimentally explored by using small test rigs like two-blade models for cost and complexity reasons. In this paper, the dynamics of a large-scale academic turbine disk is measured on a special rotation test rig. Such measurements have rarely been published so far. The test rig supports speeds up to 3600 rpm and turbine disks up to a diameter of 1.2 m. The turbine disk is tested linearly as well as with asymmetric and cylindrical UPDs. The excitation forces and the excitation order are varied. The results prove the damper effectiveness by lowering resonance amplitudes. Additionally, the mistuning influence on the result depiction is discussed. The measurements are compared to simulations of the nonlinear frequency response functions (FRFs), showing good agreement.