Held every Labor Day Weekend since 2009, New York’s premiere electronic music festival, Electric Zoo, returns this year starting on Sept. 4th and concluding on the 6th. First conceived in 2009, the Electric Zoo Festival showcases all types of electronic music year after year, bringing in a wide variety of acts from all over the globe to perform in front of thousands of fans at Randall’s Island Park. For the festival’s seventh year, bigger stages, brighter lights, and a recharged production will be introduced to fans in hopes of creating an even grander experience for 2015. More good news comes with the news that Electric Zoo tickets for this Labor Day weekend event are the least expensive they’ve ever been.
According to TicketIQ, Electric Zoo three-day passes are averaging $246.06 on the secondary market, with the cheapest ticket priced at $171. Three-day passes to this year’s festival are the cheapest they’ve been since 2011, per data tracked by TicketIQ. In fact, three day pass tickets this year are 46% below the most expensive year for Electric Zoo three day passes, which was in 2013 averaging at a secondary price of $464.
Over 80 electronic artists are scheduled to perform at this year’s festival in Randall’s Island Park including big names Chemical Brothers, Cashmere Cat, and Alesso. Fans who are looking to opt instead for a single day pass can get the opening day pass with the Chemical Brothers as the headliners with tickets going for an average price of $150 on the secondary market, and a get in price of $92.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, the least expensive ticket for the festival will be on the second day with tickets going for a secondary average price of $143 the cheapest ticket priced at $124. Above and Beyond will be the headliners for the second day of this event.
It’s expected that over 100,000 fans from all over the world will be coming together during Labor Day Weekend to check out this year’s Electric Zoo Festival. The event has come a long way since it’s inaugural year in 2009 with over 26,000 fans coming to see artists such as Armin Van Buuren, Deadmau5, and David Guetta. In 2011, the Electric Zoo expanded to three days and the attendees continued to increase with over 85,00 fans in 2011, followed by hundreds of thousand attendees in each year since.