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Electric Zoo: Evolved Daily Line-Ups are Here. This is What You Need to Know

Electric Zoo: Evolved Daily Line-Ups are Here. This is What You Need to Know

Labor Day weekend is right around the corner, and that only means one thing: Electric Zoo is returning to New York City to show the entire world how amazing music festivals can truly be.

Throw on a colorful rave outfit (or a classy Music & Mojitos branded t-shirt) and get ready to party like a rockstar with your DJ of choice, because the summer season is flying by with the quickness. The motto is a New York thing, don’t ask.

E-Zoo never fails to pull out all of the stops to showcase the biggest DJs and producers on the scene today. Music & Mojitos previously reported the line-up for this year’s edition of the beloved, and longstanding electronic music festival. Expect your favorite genres to be featured front and center over the course of three loud days in the city that never sleeps—especially when E-Zoo boldly arrives on the scene. There goes the neighborhood, indeed.

Trap, future bass, techno, deep house, dubstep, and trance will be sure to get the spotlight that they rightfully deserve. If that wasn’t enough, legendary names in the industry such as Eric Prydz, Zedd, Cash Cash, Kaskade, and Armada Music’s very own Armin van Buuren are ready to bring their electrifying talent to Randall’s Island from August 30 to September 1.

The stage-by-stage daily line-ups were just announced, and Music & Mojitos has all of the essential information that you need to know to properly plan out what’s sure to be your hectic schedule. With so many producers to get your shuffle on to, you’ll need to map out your day like a bonafide G, even if you aren’t necessarily a Type A personality.

May the odds of crafting the perfect E-Zoo: Evolved daily schedule forever be in your favor, because there is an insane amount of artists to chose from on all three days. Don’t say that we didn’t warn you in advance.

Friday, August 30

Main Stage: Eric Pydz, Diplo, Kaskade (sunset set), Oliver Heldens, Whethan, Destructo, Bijou

Hilltop Arena: Excision, Ganja White Night, Liquid Stranger, Dion Timmer, Sullivan King, Subtronics, Kompany, Mark The Beast

Riverside (Brownies & Lemonade): Getter, 4B, Peekaboo, Yultron, Nitti Gritti b2b Wuki, Slumberjack, Kittens, Tails

All My Friends: Malaa, Walker & Royce, Josh Butler, Golf Clap, Omnom, Franklyn Watts, MIME

Saturday, August 31

Main Stage: Above & Beyond, ZEDD, Afrojack, Diesel b2b Borgore, Tritonal, Benny Benassi, Armnhmr, EDX, Kream

Hilltop Arena (Pryda Arena): Eric Prydz, Joris Voorn, Yotto, Cristoph, Ben Böhmer (Live), Miss Jennifer

Riverside: Flux Pavilion, Cookie Monsta b2b Funtcase, Bear Grillz, Riot Ten, Mastadon, Blunts & Blondes, Shlump, Zeke Beats, Minesweepa, Decadon

All My Friends Anti Up, Wax Motif, Volac b2b Phlegmatic Dogs, Weiss, Dom Dolla, Dombresky, Born Dirty, Croatia Squad, Gerry Gonza, Matt Medved

Sunday, September 1

Main Stage: Dog Blood (Skrillex :: Boys Noize), Armin van Buuren, Alison Wonderland, Boombox Cartel, Cash Cash, R3hab, Droeloe, I_O, Midnight Kids

Hilltop Arena: Nghtmre & Slander present: Gud Vibrations: Nghtmre b2b Slander, Boogie T b2b Squnto, GTA, Saymyname, 1788-L, Whipped Cream, Wavedash, Kaivon, Lick, Shadient, Yako

Riverside: Seven Lions Presents Ophelia: Seven Lions, Kill The Noise, Said The Sky, Jason Ross, Dabin, Mitis, Blastoyz, Wooli, Crystal Skies, Dimibo

All My Friends: Camelphat, Nora En Pure, Kyle Watson, Solardo, Eli Brown, Noizu, Charles Meyer

Whew, talk about cool daily line-ups. Do you live for attending music festivals? Music & Mojitos highly recommends that you check out our recap of Governor’s Ball this year!

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