The three-day Electric Zoo music festival took over Labor Day weekend for what organizers called the “biggest, wildest party New York City has ever seen,” with popular EDM artists Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Marshmello and more.
Marking its 10th anniversary, the fest welcomed a crowd of more than 100,000 to Randall’s Island Park from Friday through Sunday, according to organizers.
Didn't attend the massive New York City summer send-off? Here's a look at the contained chaos you missed.
Fireworks over the East River close out the three-daylong party.
The sun goes down, and the arms go up ... to the beat of Tiesto, Martin Garrix and Marshmello.
Crowd surfing, Labor Day weekend style.
A DJ heats up the crowd with pyrotechnic effects.
Cash Cash, of New Jersey, perform a nearly one-hour set for a packed crowd.
A pair of "dinosaurs" beat the heat with fan-powered blow-up clothes.
Summer festivals are all about the glitter, cropped tops, flower crowns . . . and feline apparel.
The pumped-up crowd at Electric Zoo
Electric zoo newcomer, and headliner, Marshmello got in the New York mindset.
Well, it is a zoo, after all.