Venture to Randall’s Island this Labor Day Weekend for the eighth annual Electric Zoo Festival
Electric Zoo: Wild Island returns to Randall’s Island in New York City for the eighth consecutive year. This year’s installment will bring performances from some of the biggest names in EDM (electronic dance music) and its sub-genres, including Bassnectar, Tiësto, Hardwell, Porter Robinson (live), and The Chainsmokers.
New York’s electronic music festival, Electric Zoo, which is annually put on by Made Event, screams NEW YORK CITY! A zoo filled with electronic vibes and unbeatable atmosphere, Wild Island is likely to wow even the most finicky and self-righteous party animal. This year signifies eight years strong for the iconic music festival, which is annually held Labor Day Weekend. With this year as no exception, The Nocturnal Times has 10 reasons why you should go wild with your inner animal and close out your Summer at Electric Zoo: Wild Island.
Electric Zoo Represents the New York Culture
Culturally expressive, Electric Zoo is rich in New York City and dance music culture. As natives and the local community gather with travelers and visitors from across the world, music and experience serve as a universal language in the City That Never Sleeps. From the assortment of art installations and food vendors to choose from at Electric Zoo: Wild Island, bask in the beauty that is NYC with views of the city, local food favorites, and like-minded individuals. When it comes time to feed the animals, some of the popular food vendors that have been part of past feeding times at the Zoo include: Luke’s Lobster, Crif Dogs, Valducci’s Pizza, Home Frite, Chickpea & Olive, Bareburger, Juice Bar USA, Vegetarian Oasis, Rickshaw Dumplings, Fornino’s Meatballs, Korilla BBQ, Thai BBQ, Wolly’s Ice, Mexicue, and many, many more...