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Electric Zoo Announces Its Most Massive Lineup EVER.

New York City's premiere electronic festival Electric Zoo has released the lineup for ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVEDAND. IT. IS. STACKED. For its 11th edition, Electric Zoo will stay at its home at Randall’s Island Park in NYC taking place over Labor Day Weekend August 30 & 31, September 1.

Festival attendees can expect a bigger and better star-studded lineup featuring dance music titans of the likes of Dog Blood (Skrillex & Boys Noize), Eric Prydz, Flux Pavilion, alongside EZoo veterans Kaskade, Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Diplo and so many more! Festival goers will also experience multiple B2B sets such as DJ Diesel B2B Borgore, NGHTMRE B2B SLANDER, Cookie Monsta B2B Funtcase, plus more. With more than 100 acts encompassing a wide array of styles from house and techno to trance, trap and future bass, there’s a special something for every electronic dance music lover.

Electric Zoo has also announced five major stage hosts for 2019. These include All My Friends, Brownies & Lemonade, Gud Vibrations, Seven Lions Presents Ophelia and Pryda Arena.

Look out for even more acts still to be announced, with names spanning from that of the underground world to scene stealers from all over the electronic dance music circuit. ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED will be the event of the year featuring world-class DJs, mind-bending production and stellar art in the heart of New York City.

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