Size in the Park is back and better than ever for a fun-filled celebration of all things EDM! Former Swedish House Mafia member and label owner extraordinaire, Steve Angello is partnering up with friends for two nights of raging in Rumsey Playfield in Central Park.
The stardom that surrounds the dance music industry has raised its idols to unbelievable heights over the past decade alone. Those who stand at the forefront of this impulse driven, energy rich world are casted on a life-time journey of unimaginable proportions.
This was no typical Saturday in Central Park. The Upper East Side was about to get christened by rave kids of all kinds and most importantly, by 1/3 of the Swedish House Mafia, Mr. Steve Angello. He brought his expertise in doing what he does best to the Size Matters event and put on one of the most memorable EDM shows New York City had seen the entire summer.
Rumsey Playfield was home to the sold out, 'Size In The Park,' with Steve Angello headlining along with mates from his Size Records, Third Party, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, AN21 and Max Vangeli. Making their NYC debut, Third Party dropped a lot of their own tracks including, "Thank You," feat. Loleatta Holloway and their remix of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, "Otherside." An impressive set to say the least, Sunnery and Ryan created an elaborate tone playing funky house tracks that no music lover could deny. They dropped classics like Joe Brunning's "Now Let Me See You Work," and the most refreshing bootleg of the whole set, Hardwell's "Spaceman" vs. Ultra Nate's "Free.” After, AN21 and Max Vangeli hit the stage shining with a set heavy on beats with original tracks like, “People Of The Night,” (feat.Tiesto) and "Fresh Start."
According to an article in Rolling Stone, "Size in the Park" will feature the some of the label's best DJs like AN21 and Max Vangeli, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, and Third Party.The announcement followed a weekend of mysterious messages from Pacha via Twitter and Instagram.
After photos of an angel statue and an elephant-sized rat crawling out of the subway left us all confused, Pacha gave out its firstconcrete lead with an Instagrammed photo of Size Records’ logo superimposed into Central Park.
The Size Records photo was backed up by a tweet from the record label’s founder Steve Angello which included the “#September22NYC” hashtag.