Electric Zoo - The 2014 Event
What better place to experience the amazingly festive events of the Electric Zoo
festival than New York City, the most vibrant city in the world. The location of the Electric Zoo event for five years running,
New York City offers the perfect complement to the festival's increasingly big name artists and great festival feel. Make
your Electric Zoo weekend a holistic experience by trekking through NYC's iconic streets and neighborhoods, from Christopher
Street in Greenwich Village to Times Square in central Manhattan. There is no place in the world that could match the excitement
and circumstance that surrounds Electric Zoo except NYC. Don't miss your opportunity to be in the thick of this iconic event
- get your tickets today!
The list of places to go and things to see within NYC is endless. In between the epic days
of Electric Zoo, make stops at the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. Looking for things with more pop than
landmarks? See a world famous Broadway production or head over to one of New York's extensive collection of museums, including
the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Spend some hours roving the halls of the MMA before heading out to Washington Square or Central
parks. If none of that catches your fancy, head into any restaurant in the city to experience some of the most diverse cuisine
in the world.
About Electric Zoo
Electric Zoo burst into life for the first time in 2009, a product of
Made Event productions that would make a huge impact on the electronic music scene across the globe. Not focusing on any specific
electronic genre, Electric Zoo attracts artists and fans from across the entire spectrum of electronic music. Electric Zoo
has been pulling the biggest DJs and performers in the world since its inaugural event in 2009, and the show continue to get
better and better every year.
Starting off as an event that pulled in over 25,000 attendees, Electric Zoo would spiral
into greater and greater heights each year, eventually expanding into a three day festival and consistently boasting festival
attendance in the hundreds of thousands. The event caters to both huge billing artists but also provides opportunities for
smaller, lesser known artists to get up on stage and play to crowds of hundreds of thousands. Frequent contributors to Electric
Zoo include the legendary Armin Van Buuren, Avicii, Steve Aoki, and even Moby.
be the kickoff event for the best thing to happen to Labor Day weekend since that thing that happened that actually created
Labor Day weekend. With over 25,000 festival goers in attendance and 55 artists in session, Electric Zoo made a huge name
for itself and set in motion the hype machine that would eventually make Electric Zoo one of the premier music festivals in
the world. Receiving top billing for the event were artists Armin Van Buuren, Benny Benassi, David Guetta, Deadmau5, and Ferry
Corsten. Electric Zoo 2009 remains one of the greatest inaugural electric festival events in the history of the business.
expectations sky high, Electric Zoo's sophomore event took place in 2010 to an even larger crowd and contained and even bigger
and better set list. with over 60 performers, Electric Zoo 2010 brought in such acts as Avicii, Afrojack, The Chemical Brothers,
Gareth Emery, and Moby. At the time new sensations on the scene Pretty Lights would also play a phenomenal set, not to be
outdone by Kaskade who played his first Electric Zoo that year with amazing results.
2011 was the first year for an
expanded Electric Zoo, with the event becoming a three day festival that spanned Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The Zoo continue
to diversify and expand its lineup, breaking the 100 artists mark as the crowd size for that year almost reached 100,000 festival
goers. Besides the tried and true mainstays who were making Electric Zoo an annual tour stop, artists such as Infected Mushroom,
12th Planet and Skrillex also joined the Zoo's lineup. Electric Zoo 2012 and 2013 both broke the 100,000 festival goers mark
by huge margins, officially making Electric Zoo one of the largest annual electronic music events in the world.
struck Electric Zoo 2013 when the final day of festivities was cancelled after the deaths of two in attendance. The deaths
were attributed to drug use and overheating.
Electric Zoo is capitalizing on its popularity by expanding across North
America. Most notably, the Zoo made an appearance in Mexico City for the first EZ in Mexico.
The Electric Zoo
Get ready to experience the greatest thing to happen to electronic music since electricity. Electric
Zoo is back again for its sixth annual event! Experience all of your favorite artists alongside tens of thousands of fellow
festival goers for an experience unlike any other. Enjoy electronic music the way that it was meant to be enjoyed. Don't hesitate
- buy your tickets today!