The second instalment of this season’s Electric Island is next weekend and we are super excited. The views, the vibes, the crowds, and lastly the talent were on point during the season home opener in May and we can’t wait to head back to the Island to dance the day away.
This weekends’ talent roster is arguably one of the best lineups Electric Island has ever showcased. When the lineup was first released there was speculation as to who the unreleased headliner was, and after weeks of anticipation they revealed that the Martinez brothers will be making their Electric Island debut this weekend.
If that line up isn’t enough to convince you to get your tickets ASAP, check out our coverage of the Season Home Opener below!
Electric Island has become the party to attend & if you’re still not sure the vibes will be electric… check out the line up in full detail and prepare yourself for what is in store for attendees this weekend.
🍃 MAIN STAGE 🍃
THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS
He hails from Glasgow as Jack Revill but the world knows him as Jackmaster. If anyone remembers his 2015 show at CODA, it was one for the books. As a master of disco and upbeat house, Jackmaster delivers incredible sets like no other and is one of the most sought after DJ’s in the world. Electric Island is the perfect site for his eclectic, upbeat, feel-good sets and is the perfect fit for Canada Day weekend.
Brazilian-Spanish DJ ANNA was one of the many breakthrough female stars during 2016 – 2017 and has truly earned the respect of many of her colleagues through her releases, originals, remixes and sets. Her heavy hitting techno will rock the lawns and island this Canada Day at Electric Island.
Human energizer bunny and This Ain’t Bristol main man Billy Kenny makes his 2nd return to Toronto for Electric Island Canada Day Edition. Billy brings an energy to his sets that is like no other, throwing in House, Tech House, DnB, endless originals, remixes and more, the man can do it all.
Here’s a video from the last time he played to a sold out crowd at CODA in Toronto:
🍃 MOOG STAGE 🍃
With massive opening sets from CODA and numerous releases on Funk’n Deep; Jeremy Stott has truly established himself as a staple in the Toronto techno scene. Having opened for the likes of Marcel Dettman and Amelie Lens, his sets are journey’s on their own; mixing numerous originals, collaborations and favourites, Jeremy Stott is one to watch Canada Day Weekend at the MOOG Toronto Stage on Electric Island.