Electric Zoo Announces Additional Artists and Daily Lineups

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ALPHA 9, FISHER, Galantis, Audien, Anakim, Yultron, and more have been added to the lineup for this year’s edition of Electric Zoo!


Last year, Electric Zoo set their sights on returning on Labor Day Weekend in 2021 in a big way with an initial lineup that boasted of artists including Seven Lions, LSDream, Alan Walker, Tiesto, Alesso, TESTPILOT, Zeds Dead, and more. Now, with the new year in full swing the MADE Event team is beginning to get everyone hyped up for their upcoming edition with even more artists announced for the second phase of the lineup and the daily splits as well.

On Friday, September 3, Electric Zoo: Supernaturals will host a flurry of fantastic artists in the realms of house, trance, and bass with names like JOYRYDE, ALPHA 9, Ben Nicky, Sam Feldt, FISHER, LICK, and JSTJR surfacing among others. Previously announced artists such as Moore Kismet, Subtronics, Cosmic Gate, Zeds Dead, and Alesso will also be taking the stage that day.

The epic vibes will continue in full on Saturday as Audien, Dirt Monkey, Rezz, Anakim, Township Rebellion, Steve Aoki, and Claptone join in on the fun. September 4 will also be the day that Kaskade, ARTBAT, John Summit, Rinzen, TESTPILOT, Tiesto, and Andrew Rayel are set to play, so expect some true greatness on the stage that day!

Then to deliver the finishing blow on Sunday, Electric Zoo pulled the last trick from their bag to deliver a sensational number of artists that include the likes of Adventure Club, ATLiens, Destructo, Dom Dolla, Minnesota b2b BUKU, Lady Faith b2b Darksiderz b2b Rob Gee, and KSHMR. They’ll be joining Deorro, Duke Dumont, Alan Walker, Wreckno, Illenium, and other previously announced artists to put a proper bow on the experience.

GA, VIP, and Platinum tickets, as well as shuttle and ferry passes, for Electric Zoo: Supernaturals are available now. Head over to their website to grab tickets or start a payment plan, and let us know if you plan to attend next year in the comments!


Electric Zoo: Supernaturals 2021 – Phase 2 Lineup:

Electric Zoo Supernaturals 2021 Lineup

Electric Zoo: Supernaturals 2021 – Phase 2 Lineup By Artist By Day:

Friday

  • Alesso
  • ALPHA 9
  • Ben Nicky
  • Blanke
  • Blunts & Blondes
  • Bruno Martini
  • Cosmic Gate
  • Crystal Skies
  • Ekali
  • Fatum
  • FISHER (Sunset Set)
  • Heyz
  • JOYRYDE
  • JSTJR
  • k?d
  • LICK
  • Loud Luxury
  • Mime
  • MitiS
  • Moksi
  • Moore Kismet
  • Nina Las Vegas
  • Party Pupils
  • Peekaboo
  • Sam Feldt
  • Seven Lions
  • Ship Wrek
  • Sippy
  • Subtronics
  • Valentino Khan
  • Yultron
  • Zeds Dead

Saturday

  • Anakim
  • Andrew Rayel
  • ARTBAT
  • Audien
  • Champagne Drip
  • Chris Lorenzo
  • Claptone
  • Dirt Monkey
  • Dr. Fresch
  • Hydraulix
  • Inzo
  • John Summit
  • Kaskade
  • Liquid Stranger
  • LSDream
  • Luzcid
  • Martin Ikin
  • Mize
  • OFFAIAH
  • Pax
  • Rezz
  • Rinzen
  • Shiba San
  • Sita Abellan
  • Sonny Fodera
  • Steve Aoki
  • TESTPILOT
  • Tiesto (Sunset Set)
  • Township Rebellion
  • TYNAN
  • Veil
  • Westend
  • Zomboy

Sunday

  • Ace Aura
  • Adventure Club
  • Al Ross b2b Bommer
  • Alan Walker
  • ATLiens
  • Bakermat
  • Black Tiger Sex Machine
  • Bruno Furlan
  • Carnage
  • Charles Meyer
  • CharlesTheFirst
  • Deorro
  • Destructo
  • Dom Dolla
  • Drezo
  • Duke Dumont
  • Esseks
  • Galantis
  • Gammer
  • Ghastly b2b Eptic
  • HE$H
  • Hekler
  • Illenium
  • Jantsen
  • JVNA
  • Kai Wachi
  • KSHMR
  • Kyle Kinch
  • Lady Faith b2b Darksiderz b2b Rob Gee
  • Mason Maynard
  • Minnesota b2b BUKU
  • Over Easy
  • Riot Ten
  • Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
  • Sludge
  • SWARM
  • Vampa
  • Wreckno

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