Electric Zoo heads back to Randall’s Island Park this Labor Day Weekend with a special from Nora En Pure. New York City’s leading electronic music festival returns for its Hyperspace edition, including a set of specially curated stage takeovers. Even more so, you can check out the Swiss-South African queen’s Purified takeover on the Morphosis stage. That will be on Sunday, September 3rd featuring Elderbrook, Gioli & Assia, Paradoks, Volaris b2b Paige, Local Dialect, a sunset set by Nora, and Nora b2b Franky Wah.
“Purified was founded on emotional and driving melodic music that can be enjoyed both on and off the dancefloor. I think the beauty of a New York crowd is it really includes people from all over the world. With our lineup, we have invited members of our Purified family that have released on the imprint, and artists that sonically align with our concept and our overall vibe. Personally I think the lineup is incredible, so I hope that feeling is shared by our fans and also people that happen to come across our stage on the day.”Nora En Pure, on the Purified stage experience
So you can bet it will be a thalassic, emotional experience with melodic and deep house. Her soundscapes are unlike any other, providing for an unforgettable journey. Backed up a stellar lineup that is sure to transcend the audience through space, this holiday weekend is one for the books. Additional curated stages include the debut of John Summit & Dom Dolla’s “Everything Always”, Chris Lake & FISHER’s “Under Construction’, Liquid Stranger presents: Wakaan Takeover, and an inaugural LGBTQ stage called Dreamland by Jake Resnicow. Plus, Cityfox & Gray Area present Megafox, A Festival within a festival.
Three-day tickets start at $299.99 plus fees; VIP 3-day tickets start at $729.99 plus fees. Get your single-day or three-day passes here. Five all-new stages, an expanded festival site, and a massive lineup covering all the bases, check out the details here. What’s more, additional secrets are to be revealed. Don’t forget about the new immersive stage concept, MegaMirage, by The Brooklyn Mirage.
New York, are you ready for Hyperspace?
Source: Sunstream Magazine