The festival season is finally upon us and after the announcements of globally known festivals like Coachella, Glastonbury Lollapalooza, and EDC it’s time for New York city’s favorite festival to reveal what they have in store for us.
After its Supernaturals edition in 2021, Electric Zoo has announced that it’s all set to take over its spiritual home at Randall’s Island in New York for a 3-day extravaganza featuring some of the hottest names in electronic music.
After 2015’s Transformed, 2019’s Evolved, and last year’s Supernaturals, 2022’s edition which is named 3.0 will bring names from the lengths and breadths of electronic music with the highlights being Martin Garrix, Diplo, DJ Snake, Jauz, Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Porter Robinson and Camelphat to name a few.
Slated for the American Labor Day weekend of September 2, 3, and 4, Electric Zoo also represents a line-up that was put together following fan suggestions and while Martin Garrix was the most requested artist, fans also asked for some more Techno and House, and the festival delivered.
As requested, the line-up includes some serious House, Techno and Bass House power with the likes of Carl Cox, Chris Lake, Chelina Manuhutu, Gorgon City, Malaa, Sidepiece, Andrea Olivia b2b Ilario Alicante, AC Slater, Will Clarke, Matroda, Tchami, Taiki Nulight, Wax Motif, Cristoph, Clozee and many more scheduled to bring their DJing arsenal to New York in the first week of September 2022.
A statement from the festival’s Senior Director of Talent stated “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.”
There is a treat waiting for bass music fans as well with Seven Lions, Dimension, Netsky, Dabin, Moore Kismet, G Jones, Eprom, Subtronics, Sully and more locked for a bass-heavy outing.
Tickets for Electric Zoo 3.0 will go for presale on Thursday, April 7 and you can sign up for pre-sale access here.
Here is a glimpse of what went down in Electric Zoo’s 2021 edition:
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