Electric Zoo Wild Island lands on Randall’s Island in New York City during Labor Day Weekend
Electric Zoo Festival returns to the city that never sleeps for three consecutive days (Sept. 2-4, 2016) to commemorate its eighth installment. This year’s Electric Zoo: Wild Island includes headliners Tiësto, Hardwell, and Bassnectar.
The lineup announcements thus far are as follows:
Tiësto, Hardwell, and Bassnectar (April 5)
The Chainsmokers, Juicy J, and Andrew Bayer (April 6)
Porter Robinson, KSHMR, ilan Bluestone, and Eats Everything (April 7)
Carnage and The Polish Ambassador (April 8)
Spor and Getter (April 9)
GTA and Vanic (April 10)
Andrew Rayel and Matoma (April 11)
Borgore and Anjunadeep (stage curator) (April 12)
Flux Pavilion and Claptone (April 13)
Steve Aoki, Cash Cash and Jack Master (April 14)
Sam Feldt and Cedric Gervais (April 15)
Lane 8 and Andrea Oliva (April 16)
Ansolo and Cookie Monsta b2b Funtcase (April 17)
Big Gigantic, Ummet Ozcan and NGHTMRE (April 18)
Buygore (stage curator) and Elrow (stage curator) (April 19)
3LAU and Âme (Live) (April 20)
Headhunterz and Davide Squillace (April 21)
Blasterjaxx and Zomboy (April 22)
Dim Mak (stage curator) and Bicep (April 23)
GoldFish and Hermitude (April 24)
Tchami and Datsik (April 25)
Gareth Emery, Ants (stage curator), and Joris Voorn (April 26)
Louis The Child
Way Out West
Styles & Complete
The full official phase 1 lineup was revealed by Electric Zoo on Thursday, May 5. See which acts are slated to play Electric Zoo: Wild Island so far. Keep in mind party-animals: Many more acts are still to be announced!
In 2015, festival producers, Made Event, delivered Electric Zoo: Transformed, which brought acts like Above & Beyond, The Chemical Brothers, and Alesso, among others. Similar to last year’s lineup announcements—which revealed artists across several weeks—Electric Zoo will unleash this year’s talent from now through April 27. Zoo-goers can anticipate a variety of announcements from the festival about their confirmed artists and curators at 10 am EST daily, HERE.
It’s almost that time of year again; festival season is already upon us. Wild animals: Prepare to rendezvous at Riverside, groove to the underground at Sunday School, head over to the infamous Hilltop, or make your way to the main stage. Electric Zoo: Wild Island 2016 will deliver another eclectic year of diverse tunes with a Big Apple atmosphere.
Order your three-day pass for Electric Zoo: Wild Island now to receive a free Limited Edition Electric Zoo: Wild Island Survival Kit.
For more information on Electric Zoo: Wild Island, visit ElectricZooFestival.com/WildIsland.
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