With this year’s “hyperspace-themed” festival less than two months away, Electric Zoo has just announced the full breakdown for Chris Lake and FISHER‘s explosive “Under Construction” stage takeover.
Electric Zoo’s newly unveiled MegaMirage stage will provide the perfect backdrop for a lights-out party from the two chart-topping festival buddies behind hits like “Turn Off The Lights” and “Losing It.”
Chris Lake and FISHER will dazzle fans by showcasing their favorite artists and capping off the night with a special B2B set on Friday, September 1.
Joining the pair for the Under Construction curated stage are tech house golden boys Cloonee and Mau P. Also on the roster for the high-profile takeover: industrial techno and house trailblazer Rebūke, hip-hop house darling HoneyLuv, Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool, and local favorite Charles Meyer.
Dreamed-up by the brilliant minds behind the famous Brooklyn Mirage, the MegaMirage stage will set up shop in its own secluded part of Electric Zoo’s expanded festival grounds. The stage even features its own dedicated entrances and exits, with no need for an extra ticket.
New York City’s EZoo will bring some of the biggest names in dance music to Randall’s Island Park from September 1-3, 2023, hosting six fully curated stages from artists and event brands this labor day weekend.
Additional curated stages for Electric Zoo 2023 include the debut of “Everything Always” by John Summit and Dom Dolla, Liquid Stanger presents: Wakaan Takeover, Nora En Pure’s “Purified” and more.
Tickets for Electric Zoo 2023 are available now at the festival’s official website.
Featured image from Electric Zoo. Credit: Alive Coverage.
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By: Peter Volpe
Title: Electric Zoo Reveals Lineup For Chris Lake And FISHER’s Under Construction Stage Takeover
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Published Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2023 19:36:05 +0000
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