Panorama introduces The Point to its Jul. 28-30 festival

by | Apr 13, 2017 | Culture, Entertainment, Music

Continuing its mission of bringing together music, immersive art and innovative technology to New York’s creative community, critically-acclaimed Panorama Music Festival is introducing The Point this summer at New York City’s Randall’s Island Park. An introduction to The Point experience and its lineup can be viewed here.

Inspired by the overwhelming love and excitement generated by Despacio at Panorama’s debut, The Point will be a non-stop dance party embedded in the heart of the festival, an open-air club with a shaded, misted dance floor and continuous DJ sets all day and all night. With a lineup featuring hometown favorites alongside legends and leading DJs of the global underground, The Point celebrates New York City’s key place in the ongoing evolution of DJ culture and electronic music. The Point will feature a mesmerizing LED light show experience throughout a multi-level dance area.

The full lineup of The Point for the weekend is:

Friday, Jul. 28
Theo Parrish • Omar-S • Marcellus Pittman • Jane Fitz • Jay Daniel

Saturday, Jul. 29
Motor City Drum Ensemble • Anthony Naples b2b Huerco S. • Mister Saturday Night • Jayda G • Powder

Sunday, Jul. 30
Derrick Carter • Honey Dijon • DJ Heather • Tim Sweeney • Miles Maeda

Working Women, a Brooklyn-based DJ collective whose members host shows on The Lot Radio, will warm-up each afternoon.

The Point will utilize a state-of-the-art Funktion-One sound system. Funktion-One has become synonymous with impeccable dance floor audio, in use at Hï (formerly Space Ibiza), Berghain (Berlin), Output (New York), and École Privée (Montreal), some of the most renowned clubs worldwide.

Aside from The Point, Panorama will feature performances from Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, A Tribe Called Quest, alt-J, Solange, Justice, Nick Murphy, MGMT and more.

3-day and single GA and VIP passes to the festival are on-sale now at www.Panorama.NYC.

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