Over the years, Electric Zoo Festival, one of the biggest EDM festivals based out of New York, has earned itself a bad reputation for having cancel Sundays due to extreme weather conditions and drug related incidents. As a matter of fact, many attendees this year were skeptical about going on Sunday since it has been cancelled for the past two (2) consecutive years. All the superstitious-skeptics even started to make believe that Electric Zoo Festival’s Sunday was cursed forever.
Well… my raver bunnies and bros, Electric Zoo Festival made a statement this year with a new theme, “Tranformed,” and a main stage influenced by the Phoenix Bird which symbolized and promoted themes around REBIRTH and REINCARNATION. Electric Zoo Festival wanted to make a subconscious effort to tell its fans that this is the year they are turning a new page and leaving the past behind… and that is exactly what they did!
Those who attended Electric Zoo Festival: Transformed this year were blown away with “all-new production, crowd control, festival grounds carefully arranged in attendees favor and flooded by performers and art; Awakenings and blessings from the techno gods, VIP lounges,” hosted by ECL Events and AIM Hospitality Group, “fit for even New York City’s most daring partiers, fireworks that could’ve woken up neighbors all the way in New Jersey, and not to mention a f*cking massive Main Stage that will now be put in the conversation with the Ultras and Tomorrowlands of the world,” according to our friends at Dancing Astronaut.
Ravers from all over the world united to represent their respective homeland.
New York City’s biggest spenders joined in on the action inside the VIP Skyloft hosted by ECL Events and AIM Hospitality Group.
Even Instagram King, Dan Bilzerian, attended and partied with a 100 babes inside the Skyloft VIP Tables.
Water gun fights erupted inside of the Skyloft VIP table section.
On Labor Day Weekend 2015 (September 4, 5 and 6), ECL Group (the same group that is producing Otto Know’s show at Highline Ballroom on Saturday, September 12th), AIM Hospitality Group and Tablelist will be partnering up with Made Event to operate Electric Zoo Festival: Transformed’s VIP Table Section that will be overlooking the Phoenix “fire bird” inspired Main Stage. Where legendary acts such as The Chemical Brothers, Above & Beyond and Alesso along with Oliver Heldens, 3lau, Dirty South, Nervo, Adventure Club, Bassjackers and many more world-renowned artists will be headlining.
With tens of thousand attendees dancing and swarming the Main Stage, we can assure you that it will get uncomfortable and sweaty on the stomping grounds of EZOO. If you would like to party and view the epic production of this festival from the comfort of your own table with a champagne in one hand and a babe in the other, then contact ECL Group’s VIP Concierge at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and book your table!
New York’s premier multi-genre festival, Governor’s Ball, returns to Randall’s Island this weekend with a variety of electronic talent in tow. The Governor Ball returns for its fifth year in a row and is paying particular detail to the electronic-orientated acts on this year’s line up. Govball has enlisted acts like Ratatat, Rustie, and Flying Lotus to leave an electronic impression on New York’s festival-goers. Brooklyn-duo Ratatat debuted “Cream on Chrome” during a stunning set out in Indio for Coachella and they are returning to their hometown this Friday with an assortment of new music that contains shredding guitars, tripped out drums, and mind-bending visuals from the multi-faceted duo. Another performance that everyone will be talking about is Deadmau5. Joel plans to debut his latest stage production to close out Saturday night that he has kept under wraps for well over a year. Don’t miss out an awesome performance!
Flume premiered his latest original alongside Miike Snow vocalist, Andrew Wyatt, and its safe to assume that this talented Australian has more than just one new track up his sleeve for Saturday. Flying Lotus is anything but ordinary. Fans should expect a journey through his vast back catalog- come for hits like “Never Catch Me” featuring Kendrick Lamar and stay for classics like “Until the Quiet Comes.” Another unique name on this year’s lineup is the Scottish producer, Rustie. He has a habit of chopping and screwing his own productions on the fly during his performances. Don’t miss out on his set this Saturday that will take you on thrilling trip through bass heavy soundscapes. Don’t miss out on this three-day, multi-stage music festival on Randall’s Island in New York City on June 5th to June 7th. It will be a weekend full of unforgettable memories and moments that you won’t want to miss out on!