The full line-up has been revealed for this year's EDC Las Vegas.
Set to return to Las Vegas Motor Speedway across October 22th-24th, the festival will feature sets from Eric Prydz, Charlotte de Witte, Black Coffee, Martin Garrix and many more.
Two months on from revealing that the event was officially postponed until October, Insomniac events CEO, Pasquale Rotella, revealed the poster for the weekender — North America's largest dance festival — via Twitter:
EDC Las Vegas has announced the festival will go ahead in May this year.
Just hours after KNTV announced that the safety plan for EDC Las Vegas, submitted by Insomniac, had been denied for not adhering to Directive 041 requirements related to capacity or social distancing, Insomniac boss Pasquale Rotella has confirmed on Instagram that his team intend to move forward with this year's event.
Insomniac has announced an “audiovisual drive-thru” event series.
Last week, Pasquale Rotella, the founder of Insomniac — the promoters behind Beyond Wonderland, EDC and Forbidden Kingdom — announced that a brand new concept would be introduced by the events titans in January 2021.
EDC has announced the dates for the 2021 Orlando edition.
Following the cancellation of EDC's 2020 Florida event due to coronavirus and event restrictions, festival owners Insomniac have now revealed the dates for EDC Orlando 2021.
Returning to Orlando next year, Insomniac boss Pasquale Rotella announced that EDC will take over Tinker Field from the 12th November to the 14th November, with the new kineticZEN theme and kineticFIELD stage also heading to the sunshine state.
EDC Orlando has announced the line-up for the virtual festival taking place this month.
Following the cancellation of EDC's Florida event due to coronavirus and event restrictions, festival owners Insomniac have now revealed the line-up for a virtual edition of EDC set to take place next weekend.
Electric Daisy Carnival has revealed the date and location for its 2021 European festival.
Last week, EDC announced that as part of the global behemoth's 25th anniversary celebrations in 2021, Insomniac‘s signature music festival would return to the continent for EDC Europe, having previously hosted European events from 2013 to 2017.
The full line-up for the 2020 edition of Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC) Las Vegas has been revealed.
Tickets for EDC Las Vegas went on sale last year on Friday 20th September at midday, and had sold out completely in record time by 1PM on Sunday 22nd September. Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella, who revealed the news about the tickets back in September, has now teased the names heading to the Las Vegas City Speedway in May.
With 2020's edition of EDC in Las Vegas last month selling out in a record time of just two days, organisers have now launched a waiting list to allow those who missed out a chance to get their hands on a ticket for next year's event.
Pasquale Rotella, the CEO of EDC and Insomniac Events (the company that runs the festival), is helping with relief efforts for people affected by recent storms in the Bahamas.