EDC Las Vegas 2021 Trailer
The Electric Daisy Carnival is returning in full force to Las Vegas. This year marks the festival's 25th anniversary, and after being postponed twice, there’s a lot to celebrate. The weekend-long rave will be held on October 22 through 24.
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway will once again be transformed into a neon playground filled with music, several elaborate stages, carnival rides, fireworks, art, and performers like aerialists and stilters.
This year’s EDC lineup consists of over 200 artists! Major headliners include Alesso, Tiësto, The Chainsmokers, DeadMau5, Diplo, DJ Snake, Kygo, Lane8, and Zedd. Check out the full lineup below.
Each day the festival grounds will open at 7 pm, and the party will continue until 5:30 am.
Getting to Las Vegas Motor Speedway yourself can be kind of a hassle. Plus, after a night of partying, the last thing you’ll want to do is wait in traffic to drive yourself back to your hotel or wherever you’re crashing. Luckily, there are shuttles that can take you to and from the festival grounds. This is highly recommended as the easiest form of transportation and guarantees that you won’t waste any time getting lost. It costs $99 for a 3-day shuttle pass.
Food and drinks, including alcohol, are available for purchase on-site. There will also be several water refill stations and charging stations around. Lockers are also available for rent to keep your belongings safe.
You must be at least 18 to attend EDC. Check their website for a full list of rules and regulations that all guests will be expected to follow.
Unfortunately, tickets are already sold out, but you can join the waitlist to be notified if something opens up. You can also check out the resale market. In the meantime, if you haven’t already secured a spot for this year, start planning for next year right now! Browse their site, figure out your budget, travel plans, etc. This is a huge event and requires some planning ahead of time to make the most of your EDC experience.