City Life Org – Electric Zoo 3.0: New York’s premier electronic music festival attracts 100,000 fans over Labor Day weekend for its 13th edition


More than 100 international artists including

“The city’s flagship electronic dance music festival.”
– New York Times

Electric Zoo, New York’s oldest and longest-running electronic music festival, just wrapped up its 13th edition with a futuristic 3.0 theme that featured all-new stages and innovative AI-assisted production. More than 100,000 attendees from 50 states and 51 countries flocked to Randall’s Island Park from Friday, September 2 through Sunday, September 4. Saturday and Sunday drew sold-out crowds.

Exceptional sets have been delivered by over 100 world famous artists, including legends afrojack and Armin VanBuuren, who said Electric Zoo is Oone of my favorite places in the world to play.

Electric Zoo 3.0 invited all attendees to “Connect to the Matrix” by transforming the land into an electronic dance music paradise powered by AI technology.

“We have set ourselves the goal of bringing an enhanced experience to EZoo fans during this transitional year by introducing brand new stages, innovative production and creating a more immersive feel to the festival. I believe we have did our best in the short time available to us – now, with a full year of preparation, we will take the next step and welcome New Yorkers and guests around the world to a new era of experiences festival-goers!Billy Bildstein, the new owner of Electric Zoo

Antheon, The Landing, Morphose, and Levitron the stages created visual drama with their pyro, fireworks and massive LED walls.

“Having spent 13 years with EZoo since its inception, I must say this has been one of the most special editions we have ever had. Working with the new owner, we have created the beginning of an inspiring collaboration. We We’re thrilled with such positive support and feedback from our fans, artists and the industry – and we can’t wait to show everyone what we have in store next year. Michael Julian, Electric Zoo, Head of Marketing

The Anthéon, the new main stage of the festival, welcomed the most pop-appeal artists including Porter Robinson, Subtronics and Martin Garrixwho pulled out all the stops with fireworks amid lasers, blowing smoke as he performed the festival’s closing set.

House music has evolved to Morph scene with Camelphat, Cristoph, Will Clarke, and many more. Sunday programming for Levitron was curated by ethereal bass artist CloZee. landing featured visceral and monumental sets from incredible artists such as Tchami, Malaa, Jauz, Diesel, Loco Dice and Carl Cox – who returned to the festival for the first time in ten years.

SOURCE/PRNewswire Electric Zoo