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As we enter the cold months in most of the US, hunkering down and social distancing is coming naturally again. I know we’re all still missing that piece of us that we left with live shows in March, but the livestreams aren’t slowing down yet! Insomniac has put on multiple livestreams to replace their festivals that had to be canceled this year and give us a small feeling of normality.

Tune in with us this weekend for 2 days packed with your favorite artists for the EDCO Virtual Rave-A-Thon, streamed on Insomniac TV.

Once again hosted by Pasquale Rotella, this EDCO inspired stream will have you feeling like you’re basking in Florida’s sunshine!

Inspired by the east coasts largest EDM festival, you already know they’ll have to bring the heat on production for this! Featuring performances from some of the scenes biggest DJ’s including Kaskade, Blunts & Blondes, and Peekaboo, you’ll want to be locked in from 9 p.m. EST until it concludes around 3 a.m. EST. (6 p.m. PST-12a.m. PST)

Previous Insomniac virtual events have received voluntary donations to benefit In Place of War. This stream they’re switching it up to benefit Rave Recovery. Rave Recovery was created to help those within the dance community experiencing hardships brought on by COVID-19. This has been a rough year for everyone; if you’re financially able to donate, please consider it!

Stay Home, Stay Safe and Stay Positive.

In addition to the virtual festivals Insomniac is producing, they also stream your past favorite festival sets 24/7! Including sets from EDC Las Vegas, EDC Orlando, EDC Mexico, HARD Summer, and Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, this is perfect for those lazy days around the house.

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