New York's premier electronic music festival Electric Zoo celebrated its 12th year over Labor Day weekend.
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Kaskade, Cash Cash, NGHTMRE, and more are set to headline the all-inclusive destination event.
ILLENIUM, Galantis, Destructo, PEEKABOO, and more have been added to the lineup.
Alesso, Zeds Dead, Moore Kismet, Subtronics, and more will take the stage at the New York City festival this Labor Day Weekend.
Organizers announced that they were planning "the biggest line-up in the history of Electric Zoo" back in July.
From New York to Mexico.
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“We believe there is an immense significance to being the Big Apple's premiere electronic music festival. Whether a guest is from one of the five boroughs or visiting from elsewhere, there's something very special about enjoying the final soundtrack of summer with friends, new and old, as the skyline of New York City twinkles in the background.”
Labor Day Weekend is an electronic music extravaganza at New York's Electric Zoo Festival.