Electric Zoo reveals Line-ups- 3LAU, Acraze,Ace Aura and many others will embrace one of the biggest electronic music festivals of the year.
The Blessed Madonna, tech-house kings John Summit, Dom Dolla, and Mau P, along with Major Lazer, The Chainsmokers, Zedd, and Alison Wonderland—who will be performing one of her first shows after maternity leave—are among the artists on the festival’s expansive 2023 lineup that was unveiled on Wednesday (June 7).
This will also be Griz’s final performance for the foreseeable future since he revealed yesterday that he would be taking an indefinite break from the Griz Project tour. He will play three times throughout the course of the weekend, including a headline live concert, a sunset set, and a collaboration with Zeds Dead.
Legends and up-and-comers are represented in the lineup as well, including Skream, Rusko, Moore Kismet, HoneyLuv, J. Worra, and many others. The full lineup is shown below.
The festival, which is returning for a 14th year, will also feature a number of carefully curated stages, including the world premiere of John Summit and Dom Dolla’s Everything Always idea. With performances by the best friends and a slew of buddies, Fisher and Chris Lake’s Under Construction project will make its Electric Zoo debut. The largest Pride celebration in the city, organised by Jake Resnicow, will also feature Dreamland, a stage for LGBTQ performers. Liquid Stranger, CityFox & Grey Area, and Nora En Pure, a favourite of deep house fans, will host additional stages.
Line up for Electric Zoo 2023
Bonnie & Clyde
Desert Hearts Crew
Ghastly presents Ghengar
Gioli & Assia
Nora En Pure
Said the Sky
So Tuff So Cute
The Blessed Madonna
Michael Julian, chief of marketing at Electric Zoo, says. “I have not witnessed such a thriving and expansive electronic music community in Big Apple since Electric Zoo inception 14 years ago. He added, ““We can’t wait to welcome the most vibrant and energetic crowd yet this Labor Day Weekend to party together with Electric Zoo community, artists, industry players, and festival travelers from around the world, forging an unparalleled celebration in the heart of New York City.”
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