Somewhere between all the amazing music, fantastic sights, superstar DJs, and sky-scraping good vibes, it’s hard to stop going all-out wild whenever Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro comes to mind. Party animals from all over the world are starting to plan flights, cars, beds, couches, parties, outfits, and gameplans for this Labor Day Weekend for what just may be the biggest bite ever taken out of the big apple — The 6th Boro! We know figuring out your EZoo itinerary can be overwhelming, so we’re here to help you figure out which Electric Zoo ticket package has just the right amount of magic ✨ for your unforgettable weekend in The 6th Boro.
It should be known: The real animals, the bonafide EZoo Allstars, the children of the wild, they immerse themselves in three days of animalistic madness every Labor Day Weekend at Electric Zoo. At The 6th Boro, that means access to every single beat of Deadmau5, Sasha & John Digweed, DJ Snake, Awakenings, Elrow, Jauz’s Off the Deep End — all of it! That means three whole days and nights of adventure in lush green fields, with incredible stages, troupes of performers, and immersive environments. With the current price of $239—that’s under $80-a-day!—a 3-DAY PASS to Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro is the best deal in the whole animal kingdom. Until Saturday July 15th, you’ll be able to bag full the three-day pass with only $109 down! But you’ve got to move on this because the price will go up and the passes will sell out. Get yours right now!
Okay, so maybe you can’t get off work or school on Friday. Maybe you don’t get wild if it’s not the weekend. We understand. The 2-DAY SATURDAY/SUNDAY COMBO — at just under $190—is the heaviest hitting weekender to ever hit Manhattan. Not only do you get the full-on Curator Experience with stage takeovers by bass-house heavyweight Jauz, worldwide techno leader Awakenings, and psychedelic Spanish party legends Elrow, but the headliners are the top of the musical food chain. Making history at The 6th Boro will be: Armin van Buuren, Deadmau5 b2B Eric Prydz, Zedd, Above & Beyond.
Whether you dig underground sounds like Claude VonStroke and Dixon or prefer major basswave action like Excision, Slander, and Ghastly, the 2-day Weekender package promises the biggest names in every genre, and two whole nights to explore the fantastical city streets of The 6th Boro. You can get Weekender Pass for just $66 down if you get it NOW at the ticket shop here!
You gotta ask yourself: If you can’t even do one day at Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro — do you even party at all?!
FRIDAY is—paws down—the best deal of the year, maybe of a lifetime! Tickets are just $79, but are almost sold out so you need to move on these pronto, capeesh?! Worldwide crossover pop superstar DJ Snake will light up New York City’s night sky alongside the Grammy-winning hitmaker duo Galantis. Trance family around the globe will flock to NYC for a whole day and night of soaring trance melody and emotion with Aly & Fila and Markus Schulz. And even the mean streets of New York haven’t seen a ruckus like Dada Life will bring to Friday’s Dada Land Compound debut. Expect pure madness, ultra-mega-huge house beats, and lots and lots of bananas when the Swedish duo show New York City how to get weird in the hugest style possible. And all for just $79!! Seriously – get on this RIGHT NOW!
Last, Electric Zoo is honored and ecstatic and proud to welcome back the return of Sasha & John Digweed to New York City, a place where their historic legacy as dance music legends was forged. At the Awakenings Stage, together with Berlin’s own superman Paul Kalkbrenner and Julia Govor, history will be made.
On SATURDAY, the one, the only, the beloved Above & Beyond will bring together the whole urban jungle for a massive gathering of trance and love, but not before birthday boy and once-in-a-generation star Zedd takes the NYC crowd on a rollicking EDM journey. If you prefer low-end sounds, prepare your face to be melted by the likes of Excision, Slander, and Ghastly, while Oliver Heldens, Tchami, Malaa and Rezz will bring all kind of classy, grooving futurism to 6th Boro dancefloors. Awakenings on Saturday is all about New York City, as scene legends Danny Tenaglia, Victor Calderone, and Boris match up with the West Coast swagger of Claude Von Stroke. What more could anyone ask for?!
But remember, Saturday is always the busiest day of EZoo, and the prices will go up soon! The good news is that you can still get in on the payment plan with just $56 down if you buy TODAY!
SUNDAY is the big finale, the epic conclusion, the last night of Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro. When two legends in Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz collide for a b2b set, it promises to be an unforgettable occasion. If there’s one party in the world you don’t want to miss, it’s Elrow. The madcap psychedelic carnival is coming all the way from Spain to give you a taste of the most buzzed party in all of Europe this year. As well as bringing their resident De La Swing, the Catalans will be repping The Black Madonna, Claptone and Thomas Jack at their world-beating inflatable extravaganza. Honestly, elrow might be the hottest pick at the whole festival.
Over the past couple of years, bass-house scion Jauz has become one of the biggest fish in the sea, and his Off The Deep End takeover—with Slushii and UK drum and bass star Sub Focus—will be a star-making affair. To close it all out: some—like the revered Resident Advisor Poll—consider him the Best DJ in the World. Dixon will weave through three hours of house and techno at the Awakenings stage to thank party animals from around the world for another incredible Electric Zoo.
Electric Zoo SOLD OUT on Sunday last year, and it most definitely will again in 2017. The evening promises to be the closing of the most amazing weekends of music New York City has ever seen, and we’d love to spend it with you.
Remember animals: All payment plans end July 15th. Electric Zoo will sell out and the prices will rise. Click here to find out about our incredible payment plans and lock yourself in for the craziest Labor Day weekend of your lives!blog comments powered by Disqus