Electric Zoo 2014 Returns to Randall’s Island Park For Sixth Edition

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The sixth edition of Electric Zoo 2014 returned to the grassy fields of Randall’s Island Park this Labor Day weekend with tens of thousands of dance music fans coming together to celebrate and come to life with music and friends. Although the festivities were cut short by severe weather conditions on the last day, there were countless number of amazing sets, new tracks being debuted, and many new memories being shared.
Seeing the island fill up with fans again this year was nothing short of joyful for us. And as a testimony to the power and growth of Electronic Dance Music, each stage was throbbing, from the big sounds on both Main Stages to the smooth mixes on the Vinyl Only Stage, and every one in between. New York City loves dance music, and this year more than ever was a celebration of that fact!– Mike Bindra & Laura De Palma, creators of Electric Zoo
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For the first time ever, Electric Zoo along with social media agency Fame House, partnered with Snapchat and Reddit to pioneer new paradigms for live event coverage with Snapchat’s “Our Electric Zoo Story” and Reddit Live feed features bringing the festival experience to fans all around the globe. Check out the hand curated social media postings from fans, artists, and attendees in the highly engaging stream of photo and video content on the Electric Zoo Live feed archived here.
Snapchat pushed the “Our Electric Zoo Story” feature to their global user base in the new ‘LIVE’ section of the app showcasing all the user generated snaps during the festival. Snapchat also featured three specialized Electric Zoo-branded geofilters only available on-site to festival attendees. For anyone who missed “Our Electric Zoo Story” on Snapchat, music blog WhiteRaverRafting.com has put together comprehensive Snapchat recaps here: Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3 / Best of Recap.
Electric Zoo live broadcasts on SiriusXM included sets by Ansolo, Carnage, Dada Life, David Guetta, Dyro, Knife Party, Laidback Luke, Oliver Heldens, Tritonal, Wolfgang Gartner, and many more, making it one of the most listened to live broadcasts in Electric Zoo history. The social media response by fans and listeners was the largest and most positive of the past 6 years.

Stay tuned for more photos, official aftermovie & merchandise, and info about 2015.


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