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Electric Daisy Carnival Week 2019 In Las Vegas

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EDC Week 2019 Pre-Event Coverage

EDC 2019 Is Coming

Although Las Vegas in the summer is sweltering, there is one festival that always attracts EDM fans worldwide to the city. That festival is Electric Daisy Carnival. Las Vegas has been the flagship host of EDC since 2011. Additionally, EDC is a three-day global celebration that also has editions of this festival hosted in Tokyo, Orlando, Mexico City, and Shanghai. Finally, tickets for EDC Las Vegas 2019 are now on sale, as well as tickets for EDC Week 2019. EDC sure has come a long way from hosting its first event as a warehouse party in Los Angeles.

What To Expect At EDC Week 2019

To summarize, the schedule for EDC Week 2019 is Wednesday, May 15th through Wednesday, May 22nd. However, during EDC Week 2019 is the EDC Las Vegas event from Friday, May 17th to Sunday, May 19th. EDC Week 2019 will include hosted parties from the HARD, Bassrush, Factory 93, Dreamstate, and Basscon squads. Furthermore, the best hotels, clubs, and entertainment venues in Las Vegas are hosting these parties for the whole week. Similarly, EDC Week 2018 last year included performers such as Tiësto, Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, and Kaskade. The venues of EDC Week 2019 include Hakkasan Las Vegas, Apex Social Club, Stratosphere, and Encore Beach Club.

EDC Week 2019 Performers

Likewise, some events for EDC Week 2019 have scheduled artists to perform at Sin City’s top venues. For example, Steve Aoki will perform at Wet Republic on May 16th and at Jewel on May 20th.  Additionally, Zedd will perform at Wet Republic on May 17th and at Omnia on May 18th. Porter Robinson will perform at Omnia on May 16th and Tiësto will perform at Wet Republic on May 18th. Even during the EDC Las Vegas festival, EDC Week 2019 events will continue having artists perform at the venues. More names will appear on the lineup as EDC Week gets closer in the coming weeks and months.

EDC Week 2019 Is Almost Here

In addition to EDC Las Vegas 2019, the tickets for EDC Week 2019 events are now on sale as well. In related news, Camp EDC, which debuted at last year’s EDC, is returning with activities like rave aerobics and yoga. Last year’s EDC welcomed 400,000 attendees and it is expected that the numbers will equal or increase. Fans who are not buying tickets for EDC Las Vegas can still purchase tickets for the EDC Week 2019 events. The EDC Week 2019 events can still provide fans the whole EDC experience without paying a lot for tickets.

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Kenny Ngo
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Kenny is a passionate sports and music fan with soccer being his #1 sport and European (particularly French and Dutch) house music being his #1 genre. His favorite producers are Martin Solveig, Sebastian Ingrosso, Madeon, Tiesto, and Armin Van Buuren.