With only 50 more days to go, New York’s most anticipated music festival Electric Zoo: Evolved has just announced its stage-by-stage daily line-ups. The evolution takes place over Labor Day weekend on August 30th, 31st and September 1st at Randall’s Island Park in New York City.
From unique under-ground favorites to beloved artist personalities, this year’s line-up encompasses a diverse range of talent from deep house, dubstep, trance, trap, techno and future bass. Some of the most impactful and influential brands will also be present and accounted for.
A little bit of something for everyone.
Kicking off the festival on August 30th, Brownies and Lemonade — a group of friends at its core from Los Angeles who are bonded by their love of music and a good time — will make their mark on the Riverside stage with Getter, 4B, Peekaboo and many others. Aside from the insanity that’ll be going down at the Riverside Stage, there will also be a unique sunset set from American house mainstay Kaskade.
Sunday, September 1st the Riverside stage will house Seven Lions’ own brand, Ophelia. This stage will showcase the finest of his label, including Jason Ross, Kill The Noise, Said The Sky, Blastoyz, Wooli and more. The Hilltop Arena will host NGHTMRE and Slander’s joint project, Gud Vibrations which features a line-up especially curated by the two artists. On the lineup for this one is their own back to back set as well as some new artists like Wave Dash, Kaivon and Yako.
The West Coast’s freshest brand ALL MY FRIENDS curated by DESTRUCTO steps in with a stage for the entire duration of the festival welcoming Malaa, Anti Up, Camephat, a b2b from Volac and Phlegmatic Dogs and Solardo among others.
Nothing but big names on the main stage.
All three days of the festival, the main stage will rage with performances from legendary talents such as Eric Prydz, Above and Beyond, and Skrillex and Boys Noize’s notorious duo Dog Blood. Prydz will also be closing out his own Pryda Arena on Saturday, August 31. Also featured in this prestigious arena will be Joris Voorn, Yotto and a live set from Ben Böhmer.
From the earliest memories of Electric Zoo, the festival now celebrates Electric Zoo: Evolved and commemorates the future for the legendary event with a whole host of talents that are worthwhile to see perform.
*Featured image via Electric Zoo Festival*