Electric Zoo's All My Friends Stage Will Feature a Must-See b2b Set
Whoever said that being in the friend zone is a bad thing must have missed the memo about a must-see, back-to-back set taking place at Electric Zoo: Evolved this year.
The three-day festival will keep the party going throughout Labor Day weekend, and will feature the biggest names in electronic dance music. Music & Mojitos previously revealed the daily line-ups this year. DESTRUCTO‘s curated All My Friends stage this year will see VOLAC and Phlegmatic Dogs perform a b2b set that is expected to get fans of bass-house seriously bumping all night long.
Names that will join VOLAC and Phlegmatic Dogs on Saturday's line-up will include Anti Up, Wax Motif, Weiss, Dom Dolla, Dombresky, Born Dirty, Croatia Squad, Gerry Gonza, and Matt Medved. Dancing Astronaut gave a preview of the upcoming b2b performance by dropping a 20-track Orbit Playlist. The bosses of bass included select tracks from their latest EP, Russian Style.
Fans on the other coast shouldn’t feel too left out. On October 19 and 20, the All My Friends Music Festival will invade the tip of downtown Los Angeles’ arts district at Skylight ROW DTLA. With groundbreaking DJ sets from Justice, Black Coffee, and Idris Elba, it will be another event that will keep the summer vibes raging on during the nippy autumn season. Here’s a pro tip for the ladies: keep your hands off of Elba. The DJ—and Golden Globe Award winner—is married to Sabrina Dhowre. E! News reports the happy couple exchanged vows in Marrakesh, Morocco last April.
As the All My Friends Stage rapidly approaches NYC, attendees are rounding up their homies to form their epic squads. Malaa, Walker & Royce, Josh Butler, Golf Clap, Omnom, Franklyn Watts, and MIME will appear on Friday August 30, and Camelphat, Nora En Pure, Kyle Watson, Solardo, Eli Brown, Noizu, and Charles Meyer will take over on Sunday, September 1.
Limited tickets to E-Zoo are still available for purchase. Make sure you don't miss out on the biggest party of the summer. You can buy tickets to NYC's largest and longest running electronic music festival here.