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Electric Zoo Festival is making its way back to New York City this Labor Day weekend for three days filled with a genre-crossing lineup at Randall’s Island Park. From September 1st to the 3rd, thousands of festival-goers are making their way to the East River to catch melodic dubstep, house, drum and bass, and sets with everything in between.

The Chainsmokers and Kaskade are ushering the night in with sunset sets on Friday, along with Acraze, ATLiens, and Galantis. GRiZ will be playing three separate sets each night, beginning with a Chasing the Golden Hour set, an individual set, and a b2b with Zeds Dead on the final night. From Said the Sky to Chris Lake and Fisher to Excision, the first night has a set for everyone. 

Saturday includes sets from Liquid Stranger, Timmy Trumpet, Matroda, Alison Wonderland, and a massive back-to-back with Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Marbs, and Porky. It continues its pattern of including a number of subgenres and inviting fans any kind.

The festival is rounding out on September 3rd, but that does not mean that the good music is also ending. Sunday is packed with b2bs from Boogie T and Dirt Monkey, Black Carl! and Saka, Volaris and Paige, and more. House icon Green Velvet is also set to take the stage, along with John Summit and Dom Dolla, and 3LAU

Founded in 2009 by Made Event, Electric Zoo is one of New York’s largest dance festivals, hosting hundreds of acts and drawing in thousands of people. Moore Kismet, Kumarion, and GHENGAR are just a few of the producers that show their wide spectrum of electronic music. 

Tickets for the cannot-miss festival are available on their official website. Until September, watch their recap video for 2022 here: 

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