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After waiting all year, we finally have the 2021 EDC Las Vegas lineup. Happening October 22-24, 2021, EDC Las Vegas will grace the Las Vegas Motor Speedway once again for three days of jam-packed music.

Insomniac did not hold back for the 25th anniversary of EDC Las Vegas. With sets from our favorites like Tsuruda, Moore Kismet, Kaivon, and big names like Excision, Alison Wonderland, and Lane 8, it’s sure to be a weekend of nonstop epic sets. On top of the planned sets, you never know who might show up on an art car or be a surprise guest. So, always keep your eye on those stages. One year, I saw Rezz into a surprise Skrillex set into Steve Aoki…yeah, you get it.

EDC Las Vegas 2021 Lineup

EDC Las Vegas

I’ve only been to EDCLV once, but when I say there’s something to discover around every corner, I’m not kidding. With eight stages, art cars, and endless art installations, it’s a good thing that EDCLV goes from 5 pm to 5 am. There are also fun things like Pixel Forest, the “Mini” Bar, and carnival rides to explore on top of all of the music. Don’t even get us started on EDC Week and all of the pre-parties happening in Vegas. It’s truly the epicenter of electronic music that everyone must pilgrimage to once in their life.

At the height of the pandemic, EDC Las Vegas was limiting its ticket sales in order for a smaller capacity. However, Insomniac just recently reopened ticket sales with limited quantities available. So if you’re trying to party from dusk until dawn, don’t sleep and grab a ticket before they’re gone.

Get your tickets to EDC Las Vegas 2021 here!

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June is LGBTQIA+ Pride Month! EDM began with the LGBTQIA+ community, and it remains a space to be fully yourself – safely and without judgment. Not only is this a time to celebrate the full spectrums of gender and sexuality, but also a reminder of the continued fight for gay and trans rights. Learn how to support trans rights here. Also, support several causes for the LGBTQIA+ community here.

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