Electric Zoo Wild Island

Festival season is usually considered a summer time activity, but plenty of events are still taking place in the fall.

Electric Zoo is returning to NYC for Labor Day weekend this year with a stacked lineup covering multiple EDM genres and other non-EDM acts as well, such as Juicy J and Lil Dicky. Headlining acts include Bassnectar, The Chainsmokers and Porter Robinson (live set), along with acts like Carnage, Andrew Rayel, Polish Ambassador, Zomboy and more. Rising DJs Vanic and Piece Fulton will be playing as well.

Electric Zoo 2016: Wild Island Lineup:

Electric Zoo will be transforming the Randals Island into its own “Wild Island”. The island, nestled along the east river in between Manhattan and Queens is a perfect location to create a festival goer’s paradise with breathtaking views of New York.


Techno, trance, bass music and more will be represented with stages hosted by Anjunadeep, Dim Mak, ANTS, Sunday School and others.

Check out Electric Zoo 2016: Wild Island Spotify playlist:


First and second tier tickets are gone, but GA and VIP tickets are still available for the three day event. Presale for single day passes is now open as well.

East Coasters, will you be attending Electric Zoo’s Wild Island this year? Let us know!

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Originally from the Seattle area, Cliff moved to Southern California in 2009 to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. After settling there, he discovered a blossoming EDM scene and has since enjoyed club events all over the world as well as large festivals. Cliff originally developed his interest in dance music by listening to electronica artists such as Benny Benassi, Crystal Castles and mashup DJs like Girl Talk and Super Mash Bros and 2ManyDJs. Cliff currently resides New York City, but travels extensively and is rarely home. Cliff’s other interests include shopping for streetwear and researching German Shepherds. Cliff is the A&R Representative for Music Lovers Anonymous and East Coast correspondent for EDM Identity.

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