Electric Zoo Festival 2013: What You Need To Know – Sunday: Main Stage(s)

Sunday at Electric Zoo Festival is being hailed as the most prized day to attend New York City’s favorite festival. And with headliners gracing the main stages like Armin Van Buuren, Zedd, Krewella, W&W, Laidback Luke, Steve Aoki and Diplo, it is no wonder Sunday is so sought after. The lineup is borderline seizure inducing. That being said, here is what you need to know.

In order to prepare for the days leading up to the end, be sure to read up on our previous guides below.

Friday: The Basics + Main Stage
Friday: Hilltop
Friday: Sunday School
Friday: Riverside
Saturday: Main Stage(s)
Saturday: Hilltop
Saturday: Riverside
All Weekend Long: The Afterparties

Who You’ll See

Electric Zoo Festival 2013: What You Need To Know - Sunday: Sunday School Grove (Drumcode)

Who You Can’t Miss

Armin Van Buuren – The #1 DJ in the world, Armin Van Buuren will send off Electric Zoo 2013 into the rearview, but what a weekend it will be. With his latest album ‘Intense’ literally everywhere in dance music, Armin will show you why you shouldn’t be afraid of 138.

Armin van Buuren – Forever Is Ours
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Zedd – After the success of Clarity, this musical prodigy is ready to show the world his undeniable sound and production. He even produced 5-6 tracks off of Lady Gaga’s follow up album to ‘Born This Way’, due out later this year. Zedd has been making waves in dance music for quite some time now, but 2013 has been a breakout year for this budding artist. Look for his set to be one of the most anticipated at Electric Zoo this year.

Krewella – Alive (Original Mix)
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Krewella – Krewella has created one of the most dedicated followings in dance music under their ‘get wet’ campaign, as their music appears on virtually every radio station through out the United States. With the success of ‘Alive’ you can’t help but ‘get wet’ when you look forward to what these youngsters will accomplish in the years to come. Regardless what you think of Krewella, the hype for this trio at Electric Zoo’s main stage will undoubtedly be massive.

Artist 2 – Track
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Under the Radar Artist

Walden – Ever since Gareth Emery debuted Walden’s single ‘Brightness’ on the Gareth Emery podcast a year and a half ago, EO has been huge supporters of this young Australian producer. Now, Walden maintains consistent releases and support from Big Beat Records, and has just planned a tour alongside Morgan Page and Project 46 this fall!

Walden – Brightness (Original Mix)
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Who You Can Pass On

Steve Aoki – Here at Electronica Oasis, the music is about the music. That being said, while we respect and love everything Steve Aoki has accomplished, we prefer to keep things simple. Aoki’s party loving attitude definetely turns heads, but sometimes we feel he is more of a marketing gimmick than a true artist who evokes emotion for his listeners. If your goal is to party with your pants down, head over to Steve Aoki’s set, we are sure it won’t disappoint.

What We Want to Hear

Sebastian Ingrosso – Reload
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W&W – Thunder
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Myon & Shane 54, Seven Lions – Strangers
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