EDC Las Vegas 2020 Announces Huge Headliners & Stacked Back-to-Backs
Can you believe it's been 10 years since EDC moved from its birth home in LA to the wild neon world of Las Vegas? Insomniac's best-known and most beloved dance music festival has become synonymous with Sin City and it's magical Motor Speedway, where EDC builds a psychedelic wonderland of sight and sound, and to celebrate a decade in its fan-favorite home, EDC Las Vegas announces a stacked lineup with international superstars, up-and-coming scene heroes and an enviable array of back-to-back DJ sets.
Fans better start stretching their dance muscles, because EDC is bringing headlining sets from chart-toppers The Chainsmokers, who are sure to prove they still bring the bass, French hitmakers DJ Snake and David Guetta, Australian producer-singer Alison Wonderland, Swedish house star Alesso, Dutch dance-pop master Martin Garrix and his timeless countryman Tiesto.
Pendulum Trinity will get back together to remind everyone what live drum'n'bass looks like. Galantis will pack the sky with power-pop, German Grammy-nominated acid lover Boys Noize will burn up the floor, experimental bass icon G Jones will get things weird, plus sets from fan favorites Fisher, Major Lazer, Green Velvet, Nghtmre, Whethan and more.
What about those back-to-backs we mentioned? Strap on your seat belt and go for a ride with sets from Slander b2b Said the Sky, Afrojack b2b R3hab, Diplo b2b MK, Jauz b2b Oliver Heldens, Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber b3b Paco Osuna, Caspa b2b Peekaboo, and Rob Gee b2b Sid of Slipknot.
“In the 10 years since Las Vegas welcomed EDC with open arms, the city has become a second home to me, my family, and many members of our Insomniac team,” Insomniac Founder & CEO Pasquale Rotella is quoted in a press release. “EDC Las Vegas 2020 is the culmination of a decade’s worth of imagination and collaboration, and we wanted to celebrate those achievements with a lineup that represents the musical diversity of this amazing culture. I’m humbled by the milestone and grateful to the community, both local and global, that has supported the growth of EDC.”
There are more than 250 artist on this lineup, so you're better off reading the full flyer below. They've got so many artists, they'll be using the entirey of the Motor Speedway for the first time. EDC Las Vegas returns May 15 to 17. Tickets are on sale now.