Electric Zoo will be making its way back to its Randalls Island home in New York City over Labor Day weekend from September 2-4, 2022.
They just announced a stacked lineup for the festival earlier this week and it features some of the biggest names in EDM from Armin Van Buuren to Diplo and DJ Snake to Martin Garrix, the list goes on! They also announced the stage hosts for 2022 including the return of Brownies & Lemonade, Carl Cox Invites, Tchami’s Confession, and more.
They also shared the sign-up for Limited Pre-Sale access for Electric Zoo 3.0 starting Thursday. You can find that and sign up to earn perks like howest down payments, limited edition wristbands, and more, here.
The festival’s Senior Director of Talent Kevin Mitchell said in a statement, “Electric Zoo 3.0’s lineup represents our continued commitment to showcasing electronic music’s most in-demand artists as well as providing a platform for tomorrow’s rising stars to shine today. We have never been more proud to be New York’s electronic music festival.”
The festival will also have a brand new Web3 based theme about which not much detail has been unveiled yet, but in a press release, they shared, “Think of it as a system update. The value and importance of community is higher than ever, crypto has caught up with cash, and digital wallets are becoming more practical than the leather ones. It’s the year of advancement – and EZOO is entirely here for it.”
As reported by Billboard, The lineup which was partially informed by voting from fans, made Martin Garrix the most selected artist and also requested more house and techno.
Find the entire lineup announced so far here.
NYC! Proud to present our musical lineup for Electric Zoo 3.0, carefully curated by YOU! See you on Randall's Island this Labor Day Weekend #EZoo2022 ⚡️⚡️
— Electric Zoo 3.0 (@ElectricZooNY) April 4, 2022
H/T – Billboard
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