Pan-Pot absolutely killed it. They transitioned the crowd from a ping-pong playing, Sapporo drinking, head-bobbing bunch into a dance-crazed mob. The people flooded towards the stage as Pan-Pot started pumping out tracks that you couldn’t help but get your butt moving to. It was an impeccable transition into the dance-filled evening to come. – Boris Boitsov
You don’t have to be a hard partier to enjoy good electronic music. Sven Vath is a dope Dj the reason he is amongst the world best for the past two decades. Sven Väth, who hasn’t played a set in Toronto in over a decade. He spun a vinyl set full of hard hitting techno which fit the setting really well. He was playing during the sunset making it for a great atmosphere on the grounds.
The next Electric Island will happen on July 1 with Tale of Us, Marcel Dettmann, b2b, Ben Klock and Honey Dijon