EDC Las Vegas 2014’s insanely cool lineup is released

Electric Daisy Carnival, the largest annual celebration in Las Vegas for electronic music lovers, lingers on the horizon – and it will be bigger and better than ever.

EDC Las Vegas 2013 (photo by Erik Kabik / Retna)

EDC Las Vegas 2013 (photo by Erik Kabik / Retna)

This year’s event will be held June 20 – 22 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It’s produced by Insomniac, a company renowned for creating massive multisensory music presentations throughout the world.

More than 400,000 people are expected to attend, which will be the largest crowd ever at EDC Las Vegas. And fans are sure to be blown away because Insomniac has planned brand new designs for Kinetic Field and the thematic stages situated throughout the grounds.

The EDC experience in Las Vegas will also be enhanced by new art installations and elevated dining options while fan favorites – like the carnival rides and roaming performers – will return.

Plus, in true Insomniac form, the lineup for EDC Las Vegas 2014 is simply fantastic. Featured acts include Afrojack, Alesso, Avicii, Bassnectar, Calvin Harris, Cedric Gervais, Gareth Emery,  Hardwell, Kaskade, Paul Oakenfold, Steve Aoki and Tiësto. There will be some new faces present too, such as 17-year-old Dutch sensation Martin Garrix, who delivered an explosive set at the recent Coachella Valley Music Festival, and Mat Zo, a British producer/DJ who released his debut album “Damage Control” last year.

For a complete list of scheduled performers and to get tips or read about EDC-related events, go to Vegas.com’s EDC page.


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