Made Event has just rolled out the second phase of Electric Zoo’s 2013 lineup and, with the addition of a second main stage, it’s shaping up to be a big year at the Zoo. Whether you’re crazing spooky techno a la Brodinski and Gesaffelstein, melodic Markus Schulz trance, or Sunday School groves from the likes of John Digweed and Victor Calderone, all stylings will be at your disposal. The second phase announcement also sees the addition of A-Trak, Clockwork, Mat Zo, Jack Beat, Baauer, and more.
Also included is the new Friday Combo Pak, allowing fans to choose between a Friday/Saturday and Friday/Sunday combination. You can sign up for unique access codes for this deal here.
For the full phase II additions click below the jump.
Festival season is in full swing and with it comes Electric Zoo‘s announcement of the headliners for the 2013 festival. Now celebrating its 5th year, the festival has upgraded to 5 stages, including a Main Stage East and a Main Stage West, a dynamic that is new for its 5th anniversary. With some of the biggest presences in dance music already on the lineup including Avicii, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, David Guetta, Hardwell and more, it’s no wonder that the festival needed to make the unorthodox move to two main stages – the talent already on board is too large to contain.
Scheduled to be held Labor Day Weekend, August 30, 31st and September 1st, Electric Zoo 2013 has been changed to a strictly 18 and over event. Anyone who has purchased tickets and are under age will receive a full refund – apply here.
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Hop past the break to view the 30 acts that have been announced thus far.
Electric Zoo has been the premier electronic music festival in New York City since 2009 and will be celebrating its fifth anniversary this summer. While it may not have the 15-year tenure as Ultra, it is the Big Apple’s pride event and, in typical New York fashion, is always looking to outshine the rest. That is exactly what Electric Zoo has done this year, announcing it will bring not one, but two main stages to its 2013 festival — Main Stage East and Main Stage West for five total stages.
Electric Zoo has also announced that phase one of the lineup will be coming soon.
At 10am EST today, Made Event will be putting up a limited supply of reduced admission tickets for their Electric Zoo 2013 Holiday Sale. For those of you not prepared to throw down the full amount just yet, Made Event is offering a payment plan system – 20% down with 5 monthly installments - it’s a great way to secure your place at the Zoo without denting your wallet all at once.
Be sure to be near your computers the second the clock strikes 10am – if past sales are any indication, these tickets will be gone in a blink. And don’t forget to submit who you’d like to see perform at the festival in Made Event’s user poll.
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In the past, Made Event has done a great job of filling the Electric Zoo lineup with artists who meet fans’ myriad sonic preferences. From Above & Beyond, Tiesto, and Jack Beats to Marco Carola and Sasha, festival attendees have had the option to see both the big names and explore the underground. While their choices mostly appease everyone, there are always some names people feel have been erroneously left off the list. So this year, Made Event is giving us the option to help in the curation process with their lineup wishlist form. Just like with the Presidential Election, if you don’t vote you can’t complain so head here to enter your choices.
Click past the break to see my wishlist and let us know yours in the comments.