Tune in to live EDC Las Vegas 2020 lineup reveal [Stream]

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On tonight’s edition of Insomniac Radio, Pasquale Rotella returns to the EDM airwaves to reveal the 2020 lineup for EDC Las Vegas, but in no effortless fashion. Listeners will need to pay careful attention to each song played throughout the 50-minute Music Through Music mix, to decipher which artists are performing at the festival.

Streaming live at 6pm PT/9pm ET, the Insomniac founder will also unveil new updates for this year’s production and festival experience, ahead of the festival’s sold-out 20th anniversary. Tune in below.

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EDC unveils ‘kineticZEN’ theme for 2020

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Mindfulness is an important, yet often overlooked topic in the music space, where chaos tends to rule over stability. Even as a casual consumer, it remains easy to get caught up in the stereotypical “lifestyle” and have trouble finding balance. Pasquale Rotella has thus decided to do his part bring mindfullness to the forefront through EDC Las Vegas‘ 2020 theme: kineticZEN

“In our hyperconnected world, it’s easy to get distracted from making time to care for our minds, our bodies, and things that feed the soul,” expressed Rotella when introducing the theme. “In 2019, we harnessed the collective intensity of our culture at the kineticFIELD when we debuted kineticENERGY. This year, we celebrate mindfulness with kineticZEN.”

No plans have been released as of yet that outline how EDC will manifest a sense of “Zen” within its technicolor grounds. However, with the full Speedway set to be used for the 2020 edition, the added space certainly allows room for dedicated “zen” or chillout zones.

EDC Las Vegas lands on the stip from May 15-17. Get tickets here.

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Introducing the theme for 2020’s EDC… ✨kineticZEN🙏 In our hyperconnected world, it’s easy to get distracted from making time to care for our minds, our bodies, and things that feed the soul. In 2019, we harnessed the collective intensity of our culture at the kineticFIELD when we debuted kineticENERGY. This year, we celebrate mindfulness with kineticZEN. Anything that fuels our focus and helps us achieve balance is our zen. For some people, that could be dancing, working out, going for a bike ride or a long drive, or just chilling on the beach and taking in a beautiful sunset. I’ve always tried to encourage Headliners to live in the moment and be present. I need reminders myself each day. Life is full of opportunities for reflection, and in those moments we can visualize the world we want to create for ourselves and for each other. I’m grateful and excited to celebrate this next journey with you all. See you soon! ⚡🌼❤ @edc_lasvegas

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Pasquale Rotella talks EDC expansion, sustainability, skipping Nocturnal Wonderland in ‘State of Insomniac’

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Pasquale Rotella took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to hold the State of Insomniac and announce major updates to the company’s festival lineup. The biggest update from the Insomniac founder is the expansion of Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas to utilize the “entire Speedway interior” for the 2020 event.

This update to the EDCLV footprint comes on the brink of Insomniac’s 25th anniversary in 2021. Rotella told followers to “expect a year-long celebration,” as Insomniac announces multiple new EDC destinations. No word if this means past EDC locations such as New York City, Chicago, and Denver will be included in the celebration.

With news breaking of Paradiso Festival being canceled as Insomniac sues USC Events for breach-of-contract, Rotella announced that Beyond Wonderland will be returning to the Pacific Northwest in 2020, almost a decade after the festival held a Seattle event in 2011.

Not all the news was good; the dance music pioneer was blunt in the possibility of 2020’s edition of Nocturnal Wonderland being canceled. With no date having yet been announced for this year’s event, Rotella advised fans he will upload an Instagram poll to allow votes on whether to “skip this’s year edition and plan for 2021 OR have it back at [Glen Helen Speedway] for our 25th year.”

Rotella reported that Insomniac’s refillable water stations at its major festivals last year served the “equivalent of just under 4MM single-use plastic waters bottles.” However, he feels this is not enough, and Insomniac has hired a sustainability manager to find new ways to reduce the company’s footprint.  Some changes under this manager include exploring solar options to power festival stages, along with the using biofuels to power generators at select shows this year. 

Check-out the full State of Insomniac update below, which also includes news about EDC Orlando, Insomanic LTD pop-ups, and more plans for their future festival lineup.

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Insomniac Will Be Making Great Changes in 2020 and 2021

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Pasquale Rotella has officially announced a series of great and wonderful changes that will not only take place this year but during 2021 as well. The Insomniac CEO/Founder recently announced these changes on his Instagram. This is very exciting news! Headliners will be able to experience even more from the popular music festival brand than

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EDC to use Las Vegas Motor Speedway in its entirety for first time in festival history

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With its 2020 date set and a lineup announcement imminent, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Las Vegas‘ ten year anniversary edition will make festival history in its use of the full speedway for the first time in its decade of production.

For the past nine installments of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway-hosted event, EDC Vegas has used only a portion of the grounds due to RV hookups that inhibited Pasquale Rotella and company’s ability to host stages and other areas throughout the location. Now, thanks to the removal of these pesky hookups—a ten year goal of Rotella’s—there will be much more ground to cover for 2020 EDC Las Vegas attendees, and “better raver fen shui overall.”

The stages that will specifically benefit from the newfound space left in the hookups’ absence include neonGARDEN, quantumVALLEY, and pixelFOREST. The news, trumpeted by Rotella on Instagram, precedes several ensuing announcements to come from the Insomniac camp, including an update on State of Insomniac, due February 10. EDC Las Vegas will return to the Motor Speedway from May 15 – 17.

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Insomniac To Expand EDC Las Vegas for 10th Year Home Anniversary

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Good news Headliners! Insomniac will be expanding EDC Las Vegas this year, meaning that it will take up the whole Las Vegas Motor Speedway! Surely, many of you may be confused; you may be wondering how exactly will it be getting bigger. Luckily, we’ve got you covered. The news was announced on social media by

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Watch Martin Garrix’s fateful fall and recovery in the return of ‘The Martin Garrix Show’

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The Martin Garrix Show has returned for its fourth season, and the 13-minute episode recaps Martin Garrix‘s EDC Las Vegas performance and takes listeners on the journey of how he injured his ankle in Las Vegas that same week.

The producer starts the episode by returning to EDC for his sixth year, and REZZ makes a cameo when she asks Garrix if he still gets nervous before big performances like EDC (he does). Garrix proceeds to perform at Wet Republic and Omnia until he takes the fateful fall that resulted in the producer canceling his upcoming shows. Viewers can see behind-the-scenes footage from the hospital and watch the producer recuperate wheelchair-bound in his home in Amsterdam while he waits to get his MRI.

In his home, Garrix tells the full story of the fall. It occurred when he was performing at Omnia during his 10th day in Las Vegas, and because he is smaller, he always utilizes a riser so that he looks taller for the crowd. When landing after a jump off of the DJ booth, his foot landed on the edge of the riser, causing his ankle to snap as he fell into a glass wall behind the booth. After taking a break in the green room immediately after the fall, Garrix returned to the booth to finish out his set against his team’s will before heading to the hospital.

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Camp EDC Passes Just Went on Sale and They are Selling Out Fast!

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Headliners, Camp EDC Passes just went on sale and passes are almost sold out! Insomniac just confirmed that all shift pod packages have officially sold out and only a remaining amount of RV Passes are available. If you have your EDC Las Vegas ticket and plan to camp at EDC, then the only option available

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Insomniac announces return of Camp EDC for Las Vegas arm’s 10th anniversary

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Camp EDC is back and better than ever for 2020, as Insomniac announces the festival feature’s return to EDC Las Vegas. The resurrected campground will see its third run outside of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway bowl, teasing a volume of exhilarating surprises and announcements for the upcoming installment.

Camp EDC has grown from an elaborate playground, to a full-fledged partier’s paradise within walking distance of the festival grounds. From luminous art installations to the four central Oasis swimming pools, Camp EDC treats its members with a whirlwind of amenities and activities to complete their weekend in the desert. 

What may have started as a mere complementary addition to the already over-the-top, three-day festival, has morphed into an elaborate outdoors extension of the EDC experience. Camp EDC operates with the same fixations as the flagship festival, with organizers maintaining they’ve erected the space on the values of positivity, love, and inclusivity. Each corner of the campgrounds offers a new sight in store, with the heart of the activities hosted in The Mesa. Marked with three mountainous structures, aptly named the Sol, Cascada and Tierra tents, each tent hosts a handful of scheduled health, wellness, and beauty activities throughout the day for campers to participate in. 

Daily label-hosted pool parties for this past year’s installment welcomed a slew of artists from Bassrush, Hard Records and Insomniac Records set to soundtrack each day. As campers trudged back to their tent sites, their walk was cut short from the sounds of 6:00 am after-parties hosted in the heart of the campgrounds. While the sun rose each morning, the campgrounds were reignited through high-energy sets from artists like Solardo and Dom Dolla and an elusive sunrise REDUX set from Kaskade

Moon Glow and Desert Rose (symbolic of GA and VIP) tent packages for Camp EDC will be available for sale on September 27 at 9:00am PT. Following last year’s model, festival ticket holders are able to purchase their Moon Glow or Desert Rose (symbolic of GA and VIP) camping passes separately to secure their spots in the campgrounds.

In advance of next year’s festivities, Camp EDC has revealed the official site maps for the Mesa, and campgrounds. For more information and to purchase camping passes, head here.

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EDC Las Vegas 2020 Passes to Officially Go On Sale This Friday

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It is official headliners, EDC Las Vegas 2020 Passes will officially go on sale this Friday! If you didn’t get to purchase Future Owl passes, which were sold a few weeks after this year’s edition came to an end, then now is your chance to purchase a ticket. The sale will officially begin at 9

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