Returning in 2018 with a fresh and revamped image, Insomniac’s beloved EDC Las Vegas has officially unleashed this year’s roster – and man, what a stacked crew. The 22nd annual installment will host upwards of 400,000 attendees and 200 artists, all bound together by our mutual passion for music.
Including seemingly all artists and sub-genres under the sun, 2018’s official EDC LV lineup features the likes of 12th Planet, Afrojack, Alan Walker, Andrew Bayer, Armin van Buuren, Borgore, Cheat Codes, Claude VonStroke, Cosmic Gate, Dash Berlin, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Diplo, Don Diablo, Eric Prydz, Excision, Ferry Corsten, Flux Pavilion, G Jones, Gabriel & Dresden, Getter, Gryffin, Hardwell, Herobust, Ilan Bluestone, Illenium, Jai Wolf, Jamie Jones, K?D, Kaskade, Kygo, Lost Frequencies, Markus Schulz, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Mija, NGHTMRE, REZZ, Seven Lions, Spag Heddy, Tiësto, Vini Vici, Zedd, Zomboy, and dozens, dozens, more. Prepare for a weekend taking you to soaring heights beyond your wildest imagination.
The festival will take control over the Las Vegas Motor Speedway once again, this time a bit earlier in the year, from May 18-20. Paired with the launch of EDC Las Vegas’ first ever year of camping and this entirely impressive lineup, headliners should gear up for one of the most magical and revolutionary editions of EDCLV yet.
May the madness of circuitGROUNDS rush through your body, the heavenly sounds of quantumVALLEY bring you to a state of higher being, the deep and dirty roots of techno and house at neonGARDEN bring out your inner bloom, and the holy rituals down in cosmicMEADOW creep into your soul. Not enough? Tune into your primal descent at bassPOD, find bliss in nature and love at the sacred kineticFIELD, or survive in the savage sounds of wasteLAND. Insomniac shares all of this with you and more, also bringing their own flesh and body to the forefront at Insomniac Records Stage, where an array of emerging talent will take dance music back to its roots. Lastly, headliners’ favorite innovative Art Cars will roam the grounds whilst featuring special unannounced performances.
As the evolution of EDCLV unfolds, it is amazing to see such an astonishing combination of both brand-new elements and the same foundational aspects that truly make the festival what it is and keep fans coming back year after year.
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