EDC Las Vegas shares line-up for virtual festival

EDC Las Vegas shares line-up for virtual festival

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Insomniac Events has announced the full line-up for this weekend’s EDC Las Vegas-themed Virtual Rave-A-Thon.

David Guetta, Afrojack, Don Diablo, Nicole Moudaber, Oliver Heldens and TOKiMONSTA are among the artists locked to play the live-streamed event, which takes place this weekend (15th – 17th May) in place of the real festival.

EDC Las Vegas was originally supposed to take place this weekend, but was postponed to October due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last month, Insomniac Events – the promotion company behind EDC – announced a virtual festival in its place. 

Hosted by Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella, the EDC-themed virtual rave will also feature live-streamed sets from Tchami, Claude VonStroke, Zeds Dead and KSHMR. Check out the full line-up below. 

The Virtual Rave-A-Thon will take place from 5pm – 2am PT each day. Set times will be announced soon.

You’ll be able to stream the festival via Insomniac’s YouTube channel.

EDC Las Vegas is the latest festival to move into the virtual world due to COVID-19.  In the wake of its cancellation, Burning Man revealed that it would be hosting an online edition of its annual gathering this year. 

You can keep up to date with DJ Mag’s live streams via our YouTube and Twitch channels. 

 

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