Live Nation offers access to over 90 festivals with exclusive ‘Festival Passport’

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Using a lottery approach to their latest project, Live Nation Entertainment has just announced a never-before seen “Festival Passport” – giving access to over 90 music festivals around the world throughout the rest of 2017. Including massive events like EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, and Electric Forest, Live Nation will release one thousand exclusive passes May 22 at 10AM Pacific Time. Notably, sold-out events will also be accessible with the passport.

A dream come true for destination festival fanatics, and wanderlust-driven individuals, Live Nation is offering this pass for $799 (not including transportation, accommodation, or airfare). To combat scalpers from acquiring the passes, Live Nation ensures that these all sales will be non-transferable, and must be used by the person who purchased it.

Making this opportunity run as seamless as possible, all the ticket-holder has to do is show up to the event with their Festival Passport, and go to will call with their valid ID to obtain their event wristband. Passports are available for purchase here.

Live Nation Entertainment Festival Pass

Festival Passport holders have access to the following events:

Austin City Limits Music Festival – U.S. – Austin, TX

Barcelona Beach Festival – Spain – Barcelona

Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival – U.S. – NY

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival – U.S. – Manchester, TN

Camp Bisco – U.S. – Scranton, PA

CBC Music Festival – Canada – Toronto

Center of Gravity Festival – Canada – Kelowna

Chasing Summer Music Festival – Canada – Calgary

Chicago Open Air – U.S. – Chicago, IL

Citadel Festival – England – London

Community Festival – England – London

Contact Winter Music Festival – Canada – Vancouver

Copenhell – Denmark – Copenhagen

Countdown NYE – U.S. – San Bernardino, CA

Country LakeShake – U.S. – Chicago, IL

Creamfields – England – Daresbury

Creamfields Steel Yard – England – London

Crystal Coast Music Festival – U.S. – Atlantic Beach, NC

DCODE Festival – Spain – Madrid

Down the Rabbit Hole – Holland – Ewijk

Download Festival – England – Leicestershire

Download Festival Paris – France – Paris

Download Festival Spain – Spain – Madrid

Dreams Music Festival – Canada – Toronto

Dreamstate San Francisco – U.S. – San Francisco, CA

Electric Daisy Carnival – U.S. – Las Vegas, NV

Electric Daisy Carnival – U.S. – Orlando, FL

Electric Forest Festival – U.S. – Rothbury, MI

Electric Picnic Music and Arts Festival – Ireland – Stradbally

Escape Halloween – U.S. – San Bernardino, CA

Faster Horses Country Music Festival – U.S. – Brooklyn, MI

Field Trip Music & Arts Festival – Canada – Toronto

Findings Festival – Norway – Oslo

Firenze Rocks Festival – Italy – Florence

Forecastle Festival – U.S. – Louisville, KY

Free Press Summer Festival – U.S. – Houston, TX

FVDED in the Park – Canada – Surrey

Glasgow Summer Sessions – Scotland – Glasgow

Governors Ball Music Festival – U.S. – New York, NY

Graspop Metal Meeting – Belgium – Dessel

HARD Summer Music Festival – U.S. – Los Angeles, CA

Heartland Festival – Denmark – Kværndrup

I Love Techno Europe – France – Montpellier

Independent Days Festival – Italy – Milan

Jamboree in the Hills – U.S. – Morristown, OH

Latitude Festival – England – Suffolk

Leeds Festival – England – Leeds

Lollapalooza Berlin – Germany – Berlin

Lollapalooza Chicago – U.S. – Chicago, IL

Lollapalooza Paris – France – Paris

Lovebox Festival – England – London

Lowlands Festival – Holland – Biddinghuizen

Main Square Festival – France – Arras

Music Midtown – U.S. – Atlanta, GA

Nocturnal Wonderland – U.S. – San Bernardino, CA

North Sea Jazz Festival – Holland – Rotterdam

Ohana Festival – U.S. – Dana Point, CA

One Love Music Festival – Canada – Calgary

Paradiso Festival – U.S. – George, WA

Parklife – England – Manchester

Popaganda Music Festival – Sweden – Stockholm

Reading Festival – England – Reading

Rock am Ring – Germany – Nürburgring

Rock im Park – Germany – Nürnberg

Rock im Pott – Germany – Gelsenkirchen

Rock Werchter – Belgium – Werchter

Roots Picnic – U.S. – Philadelphia, PA

Route 91 Harvest – U.S. – Las Vegas, NV

Sasquatch! Music Festival – U.S. – George, WA

Sloss Music & Arts Festival – U.S. – Birmingham, AL

Summerburst Göteborg – Sweden – Gothenburg

Summerburst Stockholm – Sweden – Stockholm

The Falls Music & Arts Festival – Australia – Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle

The Isle of Wight Festival – England – Newport

The Meadows Music & Arts Festival – U.S. – Queens, NY

The Peach Music Festival – U.S. – Scranton, PA

The Warehouse Project – England – Manchester

Trackside Music Festival – Canada – Ontario

TRNSMT Festival – Scotland – Glasgow

TW Classic – Belgium – Werchter

V Festival – England – Chelmsford & Staffordshire

Voodoo Music + Arts Festival – U.S. – New Orleans, LA

Watershed Music Festival – U.S. – George, WA

Way Out West – Sweden – Gothenburg

We Are Electric Weekender – Holland – Eindhoven

Werchter Boutique – Belgium – Werchter

Wilderness Festival – England – Oxfordshire

Wireless Festival – Germany – Frankfurt

Wireless Festival – England – London

Woo-Hah! Festival – Holland – Tilburg

Get a sneak peek at EDC’s mainstage design and stream schedule

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Though EDC Las Vegas is still a month away, their tireless event team is likely already working in overdrive to generate the jaw dropping production for which the festival is known. Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella shared a preview of what is likely the kineticFIELD main stage design via Instagram, teasing fans with a first look at the Gaia theme which will dominate the visuals this year.


Insomniac also revealed details for this year’s live stream which will be hosted exclusively on Red Bull Media House across two channels. Though the schedule has yet to be announced, the partners have announced streams will go live from 11:30PM EST to 8:30AM EST during the festival weekend, June 16-19 on the Red Bull TV app as well as online at Red Bull’s EDC hub.

“To be able to share EDC Las Vegas with millions of fans around the world is an incredible feeling,” said Rotella of the venture. “With Red Bull TV as our partner, we’re able to bring the energy and magic of EDC to a new audience. We hope to inspire them to join us one day by giving them a glimpse of an amazing experience.”


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EDC Japan announces lineup for 2017 edition

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Insomniac’s multinational EDC festival franchise has announced a star studded lineup for its first ever Japanese edition. Taking place in Tokyo, Japan will be EDC’s sixth international destination, adding to the likes of Mexico, Puerto Rico, the UK, Brazil, and India.

The lineup itself fields a great number of extremely influential crowd pullers like Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Marshmello, Zedd and two thirds of Swedish House Mafia in Axwell^Ingrosso. EDC Japan has also recruited musically adept producers like Nicole Moudaber, Knife Party, Kaskade, Galantis and dutch trap producers Yellow Claw, adding support and structure to the festival. Additionally, Insomniac has announced a Japanese version of the Boombox Art Car, aimed at promoting talented Japanese producers.

The festival will  be held on April 29-30 in Tokyo Bay.

View the full lineup below.



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EDC UK announces unexpected cancellation

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EDC UK has been held annually in Milton Keynes since 2013. During its fourth run last year in July, the festival ran into some obstacles which included the death of an attendee and numerous complaints from other guests regarding lack of proper security or medical facilities. As a result, Insomniac Events and the local justice department were set to discuss ways to improve on these aspects in the festival in 2017

Unfortunately, it appears that a solution was not reached. A last-minute announcement on the website somberly states that “Our plans to grow & improve the festival at Milton Keynes had not developed as we had hoped,” and as a result, they will be “indefinitely postpone the show until we can properly re-imagine all areas of the experience.” The announcement also guided ticket holders to a separate page where they could find information on refunds.

Though London might have fallen through for EDC this year, the brand’s expansion remains unstoppable. EDC Mexico continues to gain steam as one of the largest festivals in the country, while November of 2016 saw the its first run in Delhi, India.

View the official announcement here.

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EDC Mexico reveals 2017 lineup

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EDC Mexico’s contuining growth is evidenced by the increasingly diverse and groundbreaking selection of artists each year. At the start of 2016, it broke attendance records, setting it up as an even more in-demand event for the following year. February 25 marks the return of the festival brand’s fourth year in its Central American home, as well as the introduction of Insomniac’s Basscon concept to the array of stages already in existence.

Meanwhile, fans of underground dance music are easily satisfied with two of the most standout names on the list performing as one: Sasha and John Digweed. The progressive and tech pioneers reunited after an extended hiatus as an outfit earlier in the year, and have just begun adding global tour dates to their schedule. View the full 90+ lineup below, and head here to purchase tickets.

EDC Mexico


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Insomniac officially announces EDC Las Vegas 2017

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As one of the largest electronic music festivals in the world, the anticipation surrounding Insomniac‘s flagship event, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), is always extremely high come November. It’s now time for headliners all over the world to pencil in the dates and begin planning for yet another magical weekend under the electric sky. EDC will officially return to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Friday, June 16 through Sunday, June 18, 2017.

Last year, Insomniac celebrated the 20th anniversary of the legendary event with completely new — not to mention breathtaking — stage designs for each of its six massive main stages, as well as a number of new smaller stages and features. Always a company to be driving their own innovation every year, the hundreds of thousands of attendees expected to be at the 2017 event will no doubt be treated to nothing short of the world’s best production.

Alongside the event, Insomniac has also confirmed the dates for EDC Week, the week-long series of music and music-related business conferences and talks. The events have yet to be announced, but as expected, every club will be hosting some of the world’s best DJs from Monday, June 12 to Monday, June 19.

Tickets for EDC Las vegas will be on sale beginning November 28, 2016 here.

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Watch Porter Robinson’s full DJ set from EDC Orlando

Watch Porter Robinson’s full DJ set from EDC Orlando

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Porter Robinson took a break from his ongoing Shelter Live tour with Madeon on Saturday to perform at EDC Orlando — the Floridian offshoot of Insomniac’s famed Electric Daisy Carnival. While the majority of his festival appearances tout Robinson’s beloved live show, Porter took the opportunity to lay down a rare DJ set. As these things tend to go, one fan stitched together a 45 minute video of his performance (in 1080p no less).

The set traverses a myriad of genres, from glowing electro house to glittery future bass and dubstep. Interspersed throughout are fan-favorites such as Porter’s remix of Nero, and of course, his recent collaboration with Madeon, “Shelter.” Other highlights include Gesaffelstein’s “Pursuit” and Daft Punk’s “Digital Love.”

Watch the full set above, courtesy of YouTube user Flavian.