Globally recognized as New York City’s music hub for top-notch shows and concerts, Avant Garder has recently purchased Made Event acquiring the legendary Electric Zoo Festival.
Anyone who has traveled to New York can agree that Avant Gardner is definitely the epicenter of New York City entertainment. Featuring an 80,000-square-foot venue in East Williamsburg, containing several stages and event spaces, Avant Gardner is definitely the one to check out. With a unique calendar inviting world-class artists across several genres, the venues offer an endless range of experiences highlighted by the space’s unrivaled audio-visual features. This includes The Brooklyn Mirage, The Great Hall, The King’s Hall, and The Lost Circus. Now even better, Avant Garnder has acquired the New York promote Made Event which includes taking over Electric Zoo Festival.
Electric Zoo hosts roughly 100,000 attendees and invites a series of artists including Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Porter Robinson, DJ Snake, and many more. Avant Gardner was founded in 2017 by both Billy Bildstein and Philipp Wiederkehr, completely took over New York’s electronic scene by throwing a series of highly-anticipated events throughout the years and there is no stopping them from continuing to progress forward. As one of their iconic venues known as The Brooklyn Mirage features a stunning open-air sanctuary in the heart of the Avant Gardner complex, we cannot wait for more announcements from the team as they continue to expand their brand and presence across the North American market.
Check out the upcoming events in New York City below and let us know if you will be attending in the comments.
From house to techno to bass, we've got something for everyone this 4th of July weekend 🎆
— The Brooklyn Mirage (@BrooklynMirage) June 27, 2022
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