Brooklyn's Elements Music Festival Expands to 2 Day Event, Unveils Stacked Lineup
Brooklyn’s Elements Music Festival has materialized as a strictly single day event for the past trifecta of years, a booking that will change in the festival’s fourth year this August 12th and 13th, where the traditional one-day event will expand to encompass two days, an enlargement that brings with it a widening of the festival’s lineup, an extension of a massive scale.
Rife with talent, the 2017 edition of Elements will feature GRiZ and The Knocks on Saturday, with Zeds Dead and Flying Lotus fulfilling the headliner responsibilities for Sunday. While two headliners are yet to be revealed, one for each day, the remainder of the lineup boasts top notch talent, including Shiba San, Claude VonStroke’s altar ego, Barclay Crenshaw, Justin Martin, Nora En Pure, Michael Calfan, Chet Porter, Kasbo, and more.
If the lineup was not enough of a strong sell, then the festival’s venue arrives as another persuasive point; the event will be hosted at the Brooklyn Waterfront, a picturesque setting for the festival’s fourth anniversary.
Tickets to Elements are now available for purchase, at the first tier of pricing. Two-day passes begin at $95, with single day passes for either Saturday or Sunday starting at $55. The prices are a steal for the festival’s gorgeous lineup, signifying that those interested should act now before the price tier increases.