With the recent unveiling of the stage lineups per day, it’s diversity each day at Electric Zoo: Transformed this year. New York’s electronic music festival announced its day-by-day lineup roster, which includes main stage headliners The Chemical Brothers on Friday (9/4), Above & Beyond on Saturday (9/5), and Alesso on Sunday (9/6).
The iconic Made Event fest saw its inaugural edition in 2009 and has continued to evolve ever since. The Transformed edition of Electric Zoo, which is being transformed by new designing partner ID&T, promises a plethora of new additions and transformed Randall’s Island favorites. Returning to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park over Labor Day Weekend, the seventh annual Electric Zoo Festival spans from Friday, September 4 through Sunday, September 6.
Home to Sunday School, Hilltop and Riverside, each day of EZOO this year will have four stages. With revamped stage designs and new artistic elements, Electric Zoo: Transformed will truly offer something for everybody. Showcasing an eclectic array of electronic music and its sub-genres, the three-day weekend promises a reenergized, reinvented, and reimagined installment.
On Friday, September 4, The Chemical Brothers return to the Electric Zoo main stage along with Zeds Dead, 3LAU, and Borgore. Venture over to the MasterCard Hilltop Arena for Gramatik, Big Beat Records duo Galantis (who just released their debut album “Pharmacy”), and Keys N Krates. Madeon, Alison Wonderland, and Cashmere Cat take to the Riverside stage on Friday and Awakenings makes its North American debut. Dominating the Sunday School Grove on the festival’s first two days, the Dutch techno fest Awakenings will bring Adam Beyer, The Martinez Brothers, and Carlo Lio.
Saturday, September 5 brings headlining Anjunabeats trio Above & Beyond to the festival main stage along with Adventure Club, NERVO, and Dirty South. The MasterCard Hilltop Arena focuses on hard bass artists on Saturday with the likes of Excision, Headhunterz, and Bro Safari. Trance the day away at Riverside with Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, Simon Patterson, Orjan Nilsen, Arctic Mon, Solarstone, and Ferry Tayle. Sunday School welcomes the second installment of Awakenings on Saturday with Get Real: Green Velvet & Claude Von Stroke, Paco Osuna, and Henrik Scharz LIVE.
On the final day of Electric Zoo: Transformed, join closing headliner Alesso with Oliver Heldens, Ummet Ozcan, DVBBS, and Deorro at the main stage. Sunday, September 6 offers live sets from RAC, GRiZ, and Goldroom with special guests The Glitch Mob at the MasterCard Hilltop Arena. Thomas Jack takes over the Riverside Stage on Sunday, welcoming Robin Schulz, Claptone, and Le Youth, while Pete Tong pioneers the Sunday School stage for “It’s All Gone Pete Tong” with Hot Since 82, Amine Edge & DANCE, and Jonas Rathsman, among others.
3-day passes for Electric Zoo: Transformed are available for $239.99 + fees, here. A limited amount of specially priced single day tickets will be available with the pre-sale taking place on Thursday, June 18.
For more information on Electric Zoo: Transformed, visit electriczoofestival.com.
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