Chris Lake & FISHER, Kx5, GRiZ, Madeon, NGHTMRE, Rusko, John Summit & Dom Dolla, and more are set to play Electric Zoo this year!
In response to the fervent anticipation of attendees and fans, the lineup for Electric Zoo, New York’s preeminent music festival, has been finally released – and it’s one of the most sizzling in the festival’s history. Returning to Randall’s Island Park on September 1-3, the team behind it all is planning to incorporate artificial intelligence into every facet of the festival with its Hyper-Space theme and even released a new ticket tier to allow for more people to attend the experience.
Found on the Electric Zoo lineup for 2023 is GRiZ playing all three days, including back-to-back with Zeds Dead and a Chasing the Golden Hour sunset set, giving fans in NY one of their last opportunities to see him play for the foreseeable future. Others, such as Marshmello, The Chainsmokers, Galantis, Gryffin, Kx5, a solo show from Kaskade, Excision, NGHTMRE, Said The Sky, Tiësto, and Zedd are all set to play throughout the weekend. To change the groove up with house music, Mau P, Sam Divine, The Desert Hearts Crew, Eli Brown, Francis Mercier, Honeyluv, Skream, Gioli & Assia, Dubfire, Franky Wah, and J. Worra are also slated to take the stage throughout the weekend.
Electric Zoo always has something special up its sleeves, and this year will see the world debut of Everything Always, an exciting new collaboration from Dom Dolla and John Summit. Additionally, attendees will be treated to the festival debut of Fisher and Chris Lake‘s Under Construction while also introducing Dreamland, an official LGBTQ stage presented by Jake Resnicow catering to the diverse community in New York City. Further expanding the festival’s offerings, a new stage called MegaMirage has been introduced to the Electric Zoo grounds. This addition pushes the boundaries of AI and audiovisual production, presenting awe-inspiring performances that are sure to captivate.
After all the anticipation for this year’s edition, it’s clear that festival organizers lived up to the hype with a lineup that exceeded expectations. Don’t sleep on your chance to attend Electric Zoo this year, tickets are on sale now. Head over to their website for more information, and purchase your passes if you plan to attend!