THE TRANSFORMATION IS COMING… ELECTRIC ZOO RETURNS TO NEW YORK CITY

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Prepare to be transformed. The world’s premiere electronic music festival, Electric Zoo, is coming back to New York City for its seventh annual installment on September 4-6, 2015, festival organizers announced today.

In creative partnership with electronic music experience pioneer ID&T, Electric Zoo: Transformed will reimagine and reenergize the festival like never before, creating an atmosphere that truly thrills the senses. ID&T is well-known for its cutting-edge production of events such as Mysteryland, Sensation, Tomorrowland, Q-dance and TomorrowWorld.

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Founded in 2009 and taking place in the beautiful Randall’s Island Park each Labor Day Weekend, Electric Zoo brings a wide variety of the top DJ acts from around the world and across the spectrum of electronic music’s various sub-genres. With fans coming together from across the globe to the world’s favorite city, Electric Zoo is a chance to celebrate and connect.

Tickets for the event will go on sale January 14, 2015 exclusively for MasterCard holders and January 15, 2015 to the general public.

General Admission tickets will start at $199 for three-day passes with a convenient payment plan option for just $39 down. Festivalgoers will also have the opportunity to purchase VIP weekend experiences, starting at $399 for three-day passes. For more information and presale registration, visit www.electriczoofestival.com. Book your New York trip now using FestPop’s travel and hotel booking agent here.

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Photo Credit: Doug Van Sant, Electric Zoo

“Electric Zoo is committed to providing its fans with a once-in-a-lifetime experience centered around three days of awe-inspiring music and mesmerizing production,” said Jeroen Jansen, ID&T Creative Director. “New York City is truly the capital of the world and there is no better place for fans to gather for the celebration of life and music.”

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