Every year, ELECTRIC ZOO turns the lush green Randall’s Island Park into every festival-goers dream. Today, Made Event is proud to announce ELECTRIC ZOO 3.0 at NYC’s Randall’s Island Park Labor Day weekend September 2 - 4. Festival-goers can expect yet another star-studded lineup that will be announced next week.
Known for its extravagant and outlandish annual themes created with intelligent artistry, like 2015’s Transformed, 2019’s Evolved, and last year’s Supernaturals, EZOO 2022 will take music fans on a cosmic musical journey beyond their wildest imaginations with 3.0, a gathering that embraces unexplainable phenomena and will open music fans’ minds to new sounds and experiences. 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.
Technology isn’t the only thing evolving. The taste and trends of dance music are also changing and EZOO is determined to create their lineup to satisfy their community. They’ve read wish lists and went to work to curate a lineup together with the fans, based on their feedback and choices in the EZOO Artist List surveys. Fans can expect what is sure to be a stacked lineup dropping next week featuring the most prominent names in electronic music. Community is precious to EZOO and fans can be sure to look out for a lot more ways to personally get involved in their decision-making process as the year progresses.
Since its inception, the founders have taken ELECTRIC ZOO around the globe, creating satellite soirées in Mexico, Brazil, and China. Still, its three-day hometown run in dance music mecca NYC continues to be the most popular, selling out year after year. A crowd of nearly 100,000 gather in Randall’s Island Park annually, according to organizers, with a record-breaking 107,500 attending in 2019. 2022 will be another ambitious undertaking destined to transport its fans beyond musical boundaries.