Electric Zoo: New York's Electronic Music Festival returns for its sixth year, featuring 118 of the world's top DJ talent across 5 stages on Randall's Island Park this Labor Day weekend on August 29, August 30, and August 31, 2014 for an epic end-of-the-summer blowout dance party. Read more for the new artists added to the line up!
Since its inception in 2009, Made Event has consistently brought both the biggest names in dance music and the burgeoning up and coming talent to New York City every Labor Day Weekend, giving dance music fans from around the globe another reason to visit to the city so nice they named it twice. To showcase the top tier talent, open-air stages Main Stage East and Main Stage West return plus state-of-the-art tents: Hilltop Arena, Riverside and underground favorite, Made Event’s legendary Sunday School Grove.
There is no better way to end summer than spending three days at Randall’s Island Park with views of the Manhattan skyline, complete with a global selection of food, and more than 125 of the planet’s top talent in today’s electronic music landscape.
Last year Electric Zoo expanded the festival footprint adding a second Main Stage, Main Stage East for a grand total of five stages, giving fans more talent than ever to choose from. Electric Zoo is an 18+ festival.
The excitement for Electric Zoo NY continues to build with the addition of five electrifying artists, including Electric Zoo veteran A-Trak, now returning for his 4th marquee performance on Friday, August 29.
“It's been an awesome experience growing with the Electric Zoo Festival over the years, from playing the Red Bull tent to headlining Fool's Gold's own stage twice in a row with custom 3D visuals, to now playing the Main Stage this year. This festival has done a ton for the New York area's electronic music scene and I'm proud to be a part of it again,” says A-Trak.
Electric Zoo Friday - Special $79 Deal
This year Electric Zoo is offering special pricing to kick of the Labor Day weekend on Friday, giving fans the opportunity to see over 60 of the biggest names in dance music plus transportation - all for just $79. Go big with Main Stage players including David Guetta, A-Trak, Dada Life, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, to Sunday School techno all-stars such as Dubfire and Hot Since 82, as well as indie dance acts like Bonobo and Jamie xx -- there is something for everyone.
Electric Zoo New Artist Additions (in alphabetical order)
Alan Fitzpatrick (Sunday / Sunday School Grove)
A-Trak (Friday / Main Stage West)
Feenixpawl (Sunday / Hilltop Arena)
The Magician (Sunday / Sunday School Grove)
Vicetone (Sunday / Main Stage East)
Electric Zoo Video: Raise Your Colors
With New York known as America’s melting pot, it’s no surprise that Electric Zoo brings like minded dance music lovers from all over the world together to unite on one dancefloor, showing music is truly a universal language. Catch some World Cup fever and feel each country's pride and watch Electric Zoo’s new video vignette ‘“Raise Your Colors” here. The video features Hardwell "Spaceman" (Carnage Festival Trap Remix) on Revealed Recordings available on iTunes and Beatport.
Get in the mood by listening to this exclusive Electric Zoo Countdown Mix by Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike - listen here.
Famed for their high energy sets, and with an exhilarating combination of live show and crowd busting MCing, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are one of the most hotly anticipated acts making their Electric Zoo New York debut on Friday, August 29.
For more info, please go to www.electriczoofestival.com.