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EDC Las Vegas 2023 Lineup Drops For Insomniac’s 30th Anniversary



EDC Las Vegas 2023 is certain to be one for the books, especially following the highly-anticipated lineup announcement today. First revealed through Pasquale Rotella’s social media platforms, the founder & CEO of Insomniac Events was proud to be the first to break the lineup news. Coming to you just over one month ahead of the 3-day event, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) returns to its home Under the Electric Sky at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway from Friday, May 19 through Sunday, May 21.

The dusk till dawn experience will host more than 525,000 attendees as the Headliners come together as part of a neon city within Sin City, just miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Along with over 230 artists across nine stages, the dance music community will come together to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Insomniac Events, all while celebrating life, love, art, and, of course, music.

So, which acts will be able to catch at EDC Las Vegas 2023? This year’s lineup boasts heavy hitters such as David Guetta, Kaskade, Tiësto (who has performed at every edition of the Las Vegas staple event), Armin van Buuren (who makes his tenth appearance at EDCLV), Zedd, Above & Beyond (who make their return to the fest for the first time since 2019), Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Galantis, Duke Dumont, Alison Wonderland, Alok, Chris Lake, Meduza, Kaytranada, Marshmello, Fisher, Gareth Emery Presents: Decades, Dom Dolla, MORTEN, Mau P, Said The Sky, SLANDER, Yotto, Kaleena Zanders, Dombresky, HUGEL, James Hype, Vini Vici, Anabel Englund, and many, many more. Just see for yourself and check out the full lineup, below.

In addition to the annual EDC Las Vegas festivities, Insomniac has also announced the return of its prominent EDC Week, as well as the EDC Las Vegas charity auction, which begins April 10. The auction will raise funds for the Inspiring Children Foundation and Camp Alamo.

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Photos courtesy of EDC Las Vegas’ Facebook