Cementing its place on the New York City music scene, Electric Zoo is now all set for its 11th edition this year.
Held over Labor Day weekend, the festival will take place on the weekend from August 30th to September 1st, 2019. EZoo will return to its home at the Randall’s Island Park in NYC for another year.
In addition to a stacked lineup over three days featuring acts like Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Diplo and Dog Blood (Skrillex & Boys Noize), there are set to be more than a 100 acts encompassing a wide array of genres from house and techno to trance, trap and future bass.
In addition to the headliners, noteworthy acts on the lineup include recent Billboard cover star and DJ/expert producer Alison Wonderland, dubstep mastermind Flux Pavilion, alongside EZoo veteran Kaskade, and so many more! Festivalgoers will also experience multiple B2B sets such as DJ Diesel and Borgore, NGHTMRE and SLANDER, and a bunch more.
EZoo also announced five major stage hosts for 2019 which include All My Friends, Brownies & Lemonade, Gud Vibrations, Seven Lions Presents Ophelia and Pryda Arena. Also, the legendary Eric Prydz is set to perform multiple times at the festival with sets on two days of the festival back to back, Friday and Saturday both.
Established in 2009 by Made Event, the internationally renowned Electric Zoo Festival is one of New York City’s largest music festivals and features the top names in electronic music, bringing a wide variety of acts from around the world and across the spectrum of electronic music’s various sub-genres. International editions of Electric Zoo have taken place in Mexico City, Tokyo, Shanghai, and São Paulo.
After 10 solid years, as the name suggests Ezoo is set to evolve. Suggesting change is on the way the festival announced the name for this years edition, Electric Zoo: Evolved. In what seemed to begin as of last year with the stage design etc., the festival seems to be suggesting they will be steering away from their wildlife oriented esthetics. Claiming to have drawn the inspiration from the metamorphosis that a caterpillar undergoes to become an exquisite butterfly, they’ve taken it and tied it into this year’s theme.
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