Electric Daisy Carnival New York: Day 2 Photo Recap
Overcast skies and an early afternoon rain made Electric Daisy Carnival New York’s second day a much different experience than the first but that didn’t stop 50,000 dance music fans from descending on Citi Field for a second day of thunderous bass. Once again we found ourselves tucked away in the Neon Garden tent to seek refuge from the weather, an area that developed into a mainstage-sized crowd by the end of the night for Carl Cox and Loco Dice’s grand finale.
An21 and Max Vangeli swapped set times with Feed Me and brought “People of the Night” to the mid-afternoon.
Art Department played to the rain with an outpouring of sex-fueled deep house.
Feed Me ditched the teeth for an unhooked set of frantic dubs and wubs.
Seven Lions stormed the Basspod with one of the rowdiest sets of the afternoon.
Dash Berlin incites a crowd of trance faithfuls at the Circuit Grounds.
Gareth Emery took over the mainstage with a finely crafted trance and big room blend.
Thomas Gold has an unexpected visit during his performance at Kinetic Field.
Ready for rain but still celebrating.
Calvin Harris incited the weekend’s biggest sing-a-long with “Sweet Nothing.”
Loco Dice got things started for his and Carl Cox’s 6-hour tech house marathon.
The king of Dutch house Afrojack proved that “Bangduck” still bangs just as hard as it used to.
Empire of the Sun performed their new wave synthpop to a legion of diehard fans at the Circuit Grounds.
Despite technical difficulties, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo and The Bloody Beetroots live brought electro-punk to Citi Field.
Carl Cox and Loco Dice closed out Neon Garden with an unforgettable back to back set.