Your EDC 2020 lineup was finally arrived, and it’s a doozy. Thursday night, the lineup was revealed live on Night Owl Radio by none other than Insomniac Events founder and CEO, Pasquale Rotella.
With over 250 acts booked, the three-day, dusk’-til-dawn celebration of electronic dance music continues to be the biggest and most impressive event of its kind in the world.
This years event marks its 10 year in Las Vegas, plunging into a magical journey for festivalgoers hailing from around the globe to dive into. Well-known staples of EDC will obviously be returning: Nightly firework displays, innovative stages, interactive art installations, and so many more adventures that look to dazzle attendees and leave them wanting more. This year’s theme is kineticZEN.
“This year, we celebrate mindfulness with kineticZEN,” says Rotella. “Anything that fuels our focus and helps us achieve balance is our zen. For some people, that could be dancing, working out, going for a bike ride or a long drive, or just chilling on the beach and taking in a beautiful sunset. […] Life is full of opportunities for reflection, and in those moments we can visualize the world we want to create for ourselves and for each other.”
The 2020 event will feature several EDC veterans including: Alesso, Alison Wonderland, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers and Tiësto.
The new artists joining the EDC fam in 2020 are definitely a reason to go in themselves: 2 = 1 (Dutch duo W&W and Australian DJ-producer-trumpeter Timmy Trumpet) making their U.S. festival debut, SayMyName and 12th Planet taking the stage together for the first time, and Australian drum and bass band Pendulum reunites three members for the North American performance of their new show, labeled “Trinity.”
Not surprisingly, EDC will also feature a number of big-name collabs, including Slander b2b Said The Sky, Afrojack b2b R3HAB, Diplo b2b MK, Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber b3b Paco Osuna, Caspa b2b Peekaboo and Rob GEE x Sid of Slipknot.
Check out the full lineup and see if your favorite artists made the list here:
EDC 2020 will be going down May 15-17. Passes for the 18+ EDC Las Vegas 2020 have been sold out since the tickets were released several months ago. Headliners can join the waiting list for GA, GA+, and VIP passes here.
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