Students travel to NYC for Ezoo music festival

Image courtesy of Nathaniel Kratovil '26.

Many music enthusiasts will tell you there’s nothing quite like seeing your favorite artist perform live. Last weekend, roughly 88,000 Electronic Dance Music (EDM) fans from across the country gathered at Electric Zoo (Ezoo) Music Festival on Randall’s Island, New York to see many of the biggest names in electronic music. 

Saturday evening, Gryffin performed the “sunset set” at the main stage, transitioning the festival from day to night, and astonishing his crowd of thousands with phenomenal music and mesmerizing visuals. The final set on Saturday was music duo Camelphat (Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala), at The Megamirage Stage. Camelphat’s deep house music attracted many while providing a mellow conclusion to the first night.  

For many, Sunday’s lineup alone was sufficient reason to buy a ticket to Electric Zoo. Some of the major names included Marshmello, Major Lazer, Tiesto, John Summit and Dom Dolla. The massive, complex stages constructed by Electric Zoo created the perfect environment for festival goers to hear some of their favorite music. Each set was accompanied by lights, pyrotechnics, 3-D visuals, and a charismatic performer. To end the night and conclude the festival, Dom Dolla and John Summit performed an unreleased single. During the final stretch of the last song, fireworks shot high above the stage, signaling the end of an incredible weekend of music. 

Images courtesy of Nathaniel Kratovil ’26.

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