Electric Zoo: Evolved

NYC Music Festival ELECTRIC ZOO Spotlights ALL MY FRIENDS Stage Aug 30-Sept 1 with Malaa, Anti Up, Camelphat by Brian Rapaport

ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED
SPOTLIGHTS
ALL MY FRIENDS STAGE
AUGUST 30, 31 & SEPTEMBER 1

WITH MALAA, ANTI UP, CAMELPHAT, WALKER & ROYCE, WAX MOTIF, NORA EN PURE
AND MORE

NYC’S LARGEST AND LONGEST RUNNING ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL HAPPENS LABOR DAY WEEKEND

TICKETS ON SALE NOW HERE.

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Today, August 13—New York’s most anticipated music festival Electric Zoo: Evolved happening over Labor Day Weekend spotlights its only three-day curated stage, ALL MY FRIENDS.

As the West Coast’s freshest brand founded by DESTRUCTO, ALL MY FRIENDS comes to the Big Apple with the only platform to be presented during the entire festival, welcoming Malaa, Anti Up, Camelphat, a b2b set from VOLAC and Phlegmatic Dogs and Solardo, among others. The full line-up is:

Friday, August 30
Malaa, Walker & Royce, Josh Butler, Golf Clap, Omnom, Franklyn Watts, MIME

Saturday, August 31
Anti Up, Wax Motif, VOLAC b2b Phlegmatic Dogs, Weiss, Dom Dolla, Dombresky, Born Dirty, Croatia Squad, Gerry Gonza, Matt Medved

Sunday, September 1
Camelphat, Nora En Pure, Kyle Watson, Solardo, Eli Brown, Noizu, Charles Meyer

To give a taste of what’s to come to stage performers VOLAC and Phlegmatic Dogs who are doing a back to back set on Saturday, September 1 have created a Spotify Playlist for Dancing Astronaut. Check it out here.

Other major AMFAMFAMF events coming up include the ALL MY FRIENDS music festival (www.amfdtla.com) at Skylight ROW DTLA October 19 & 20 with Justice, Black Coffee, Idris Elba, and more, and the second annual Friendship music cruise (www.thefriendship.com) which sets sail aboard Royal Caribbean Cruise’s Navigator of the Seas January 6-10, 2020.

Electric Zoo: Evolved takes place over Labor Day Weekend at Randall’s Island Park in New York City.

About Electric Zoo

Established in 2009 by Made Event, the internationally renowned Electric Zoo Festival is one of New York City’s largest music festivals and features the top names in electronic music, bringing a wide variety of acts from around the world and across the spectrum of electronic music’s various sub-genres. International editions of Electric Zoo have taken place in Mexico City, Tokyo, Shanghai and Sao Paulo, with further expansion underway.

For information on ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED, please visit:
www.electriczoofestival.com
www.facebook.com/electriczoo
www.twitter.com/electriczoony
www.instagram.com/electriczoony

ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED SPOTLIGHTS PRYDA ARENA SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 by Brian Rapaport

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ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED SPOTLIGHTS PRYDA ARENA SATURDAY, AUGUST 31


WITH ERIC PRYDZ, GREEN VELVET, JORIS VOORN, YOTTO, CHRISTOPH, BEN BOHMER (LIVE), AND MISS JENNIFER

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Eric Prydz’s Pryda alias and label has become one of the most influential and respected names in progressive house music. Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary in 2019, Pryda is proud to present an eclectic line-up for his stage at NYC’s largest and longest running electronic music festival Electric Zoo. In addition to a special set from Eric Prydz, the Pryda Arena stage happening on Saturday, August 31 will also feature Green Velvet, Joris Voorn, Yotto, Christoph, Ben Bohmer (live), and Miss Jennifer.

Synonymous with immaculately produced and unique sounding electronic music, Prydz—a platinum selling producer— is responsible for some of the biggest progressive house tracks of the last decade, not to mention some of the most technically impressive live shows of any touring artist. Pryda is Prydz’s most well-known alias, one whose sound is replicated endlessly in dance music. Listen to the discographies of any current electronic music success and you can hear Pryda’s influence—the ‘Pryda sound,’ comprised of immaculately layered melodies and harmonies, is now almost a sub-genre unto itself. Pryda’s origins can be traced back to 2004, with the releases of “Aftermath (2005), “Muramyi” (2007) and “Pjanoo” (2008) solidifying the Pryda name within the new breed of progressive house. The 2012 release of the three-disc album Eric Prydz Presents Pryda offers a full retrospective of one dance music’s most storied discographies.

ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED takes place over Labor Day Weekend August 31, September 1 & 2
at Randall’s Island Park in New York City.

For information on ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED, please visit:
www.electriczoofestival.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/electriczoo/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ElectricZooNY/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/electriczoony/

ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED SPOTLIGHTS ‘SEVEN LIONS PRESENTS OPHELIA’ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 by Brian Rapaport

ELECTRIC ZOO: EVOLVED SPOTLIGHTS ‘SEVEN LIONS PRESENTS OPHELIA’ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

AN OPHELIA RECORDS SHOWCASE AT NYC’S LARGEST AND LONGEST RUNNING ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL WITH SEVEN LIONS, KILL THE NOISE, SAID THE SKY, JASON ROSS, MITIS, DABIN, WOOLI, AND MORE.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW HERE

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This year at Electric Zoo: Evolved, Jeff Montalvo also known as Seven Lions is showcasing his new imprint Ophelia Records on Sunday, September 1 on the festival’s Riverside Stage. For his specially curated stage, he is gathering label acts such as Jason Ross and Crystal Skies and stacking them alongside with closely collaborated artists such as Kill The Noise, Dimibo, Blastoyz, Mitis, Dabin, Wooli, and Said the Sky. Together, the stage gives fans an intricate and all encompassing experience of the musical world of Seven Lions and Ophelia.

Ophelia Records originated in 2018 with the fan favorite “Calling You Home” featuring Runn. Since then, the label has put out standout tracks like Seven Lions, Wooli, & Trivecta featuring Nevve’s “Island” and Seven Lions, Slander, & Dabin featuring vocalist Dylan Matthew with “First Time”.

Throughout the labels 2nd year, the Ophelia family has grown continuously expanding their roster of talented artists with such collaborations from Jason Ross, Crystal Skies, and Last Heroes all releasing projects on the imprint. While heading into the second half of 2019, fans can anticipate a multitude of new releases from several new artists, as well as the continuation of the home for all music to be released by Seven Lions.

New for this year, Electric Zoo is proud to host the Kia Soul Station powered by SiriusXM, the first-ever human car was at E-zoo, where fans will get the chance to cool down, get fresh and shiny — dancing their way through a foam room, getting decked out in glitter and hitting the SiriusXM dance floor.