HYTE PARK NYC RETURNS IN 2014
HYTE returns to Governors Island on 12th and 13th July recreate the magic of HYTE Park 2013. Given the demand for tickets last year, the event will expand in 2014 to become a two day affair, and as such will offer contrasting but complimenting line-ups across the weekend for the most discerning of electronic music aficionados.
On Day One the party revelers can enjoy the Manhattan skyline whilst listening to the likes of Loco Dice, Paul Ritch (Live), Radio Slave, Hector, Mind Against, Bill Patrick and Taimur & Fahad. A perfect line up for those who like their beats to tread the line between house and deep techno. Day Two caters for those who like a differing shade of techno. The likes of Chris Liebing, Nicole Moudaber, Pan-Pot, Robert Dietz, Monoloc, and Tommy Four Seven are all on hand to keep the tempo up and the crowd moving.
Additionally, over the course of the weekend the last two games of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be shown on big screens in the festival site. And for those wishing to continue the party after doors close, there will be an afterparty at Pacha on Saturday, and at Output on the Sunday. Both after parties will begin at 10pm and are free for ticketholders, or $20 without.
HYTE is a series of club events and larger scale festivals that recreate the free spirited early days of house and techno music. A community vibe runs to the core of the party, with like-minded revelers being encouraged to participate and contribute to the journey via the extra special production effects and unique settings for events. Now more than ever the relationship between performer and listener is key to the mood, and HYTE is an events series that allows that bond to not only exist, but thrive.
HYTE Park NYC
Saturday July 12 + Sunday July 13
Governors Island Beach Club 89 South St. New York, NY
$120 +BF – Weekend Pass
$180 + BF – VIP Weekend Pass
$65 + BF – Saturday Advance
$65 + BF – Sunday Advance
Full Season Line Up:
Loco Dice, tINI, Paul Ritch (live), Radio Slave, Hector, Mind Against, Bill Patrick
Chris Liebing, Nicole Moudaber, Pan-Pot, Robert Dietz, Monoloc, Tommy Four Seven