Electric Zoo continues stacking 2015 lineup in all directions; from Pete Tong and Get Real, Deorro and Borgore and many more
Electric Zoo continues to deliver its promise of a “reenergized and recharged” 2015 festival that will also go by the name of Transformed. The New York City based festival recently flaunted its literal transformations — renderings of new, up-to-date stage designs that will take up animal-like thematics.
With creative partner ID&T, the minds behind events from Sensation and TomorrowWorld, the new stage settings are expected to intersect electronic music fantasia with immersive visual experience that takes “Zoo” up on its name.
All the while, there’s been the wait the artist lineup — first satisfied by the announcement of headliners Above & Beyond, Alesso and The Chemical Brothers. Since the big-three had been revealed, the festival has made a daily routine of confirming artists. Letting fans in on talent every 24 hours, Electric Zoo’s lineup has been stacking high in all directions, becoming a deep roster with a wide range of electronic flavor.
On one end, there’s no shortage of Main Stage studs; the likes of DVBBS, Adventure Club, and Zeds Dead topping that list. New York City fan favorites such as Deorro, Borgore and Nervo, too. Then there are newcomers and niche all-stars; take Galantis, Cashmere Cat and RAC. Or where things get heavier, The Glitch Mob, Headhunterz and Excision.
Weighing things out, there’s the eye for house and techno talent. Already keen on the deeper taste for dance with its own Sunday School, Vinyl Only, and bringing Europe’s Awakenings brand to North America for the very first time, even more of similar fashion will come in the form of All Gone Pete Tong. While Electric Zoo’s final reveal will likely set free a long list of names to hold down these forts to add to the likeness of Hot Since 82, the most recent announcement confirms that Claude Vonstroke and Green Velvet will be reuniting as Get Real.
The lineup for Electric Zoo: Transformed already has the New York City and tri-state area excited, but Thomas Jack shows that he may be the most on his toes of all in hilarious fashion. Check out his pre-Zoo video and follow the line-up as it builds below.
Electric Zoo: Transformed artists confirmed (so far)
The Chemical Brothers
Above & Beyond
The Chemical Brothers
The Glitch Mob
Keys N Krates
Hot Since 82
The Martinez Brothers
Amine Edge & Dance