10th edition of Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando unveils artist lineup for November return

Posted 7/16/21

On July 15, Insomniac Events has announced details for EDC Orlando’s massive reunion under the Florida sunshine

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10th edition of Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando unveils artist lineup for November return

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ORLANDO — On July 15, Insomniac Events has announced details for EDC Orlando’s massive reunion under the Florida sunshine at Tinker Field on November 12-14. Over three days, an eclectic mix of more than 120 dance music acts will take over the celebratory return of one of the most vibrant and electrifying editions of EDC. From dance music’s strong roots in Florida to the explosive energy the city of Orlando brings, the iconic music festival will showcase many special moments, including Diesel’s “homecoming” to Orlando and a full day of Florida’s signature breakbeats. Genre-specific sounds will be on full display throughout the festival, brought to Headliners by Insomniac’s Basscon, Dreamstate, Bassrush, Factory 93, and Insomniac Records. Three incredible house and techno champions will curate neonGARDEN each day, which include Joseph Capriati Invites for the first time ever, Green Velvet Presents La La Land, and Nicole Moudaber Presents In The Mood.

The full lineup for EDC Orlando’s momentous 2021 return includes: AC Slater, Acraze, ADIN, Afrojack b2b R3HAB, Alan Walker, Alyx Ander, Amelie Lens, ANNA, Armin van Buuren, ATLiens, Audiotrap, Avision, Bae-toven, Basscon, Bassrush Experience, Bernzikial, Bingewatch, Black Coffee (Sunset), Blunts & Blondes, Born Dirty, Brothers of Funk, Caleb Dent b2b Dre Mendez, Cash Cash, Cat Dealers b2b Dubdogz, Celo, Cheyenne Giles, Code Black, Coone, Cosmic Gate, Cut & Sew, DANNY TIME b2b SoSmoov, Danyelino, Darksiderz, Denis Sulta, Deoca, DEVAULT, Diesel, Dimension, Discovery Project, DJ Anime, DJ Holographic, DJ Security, DJ Shaolin, Doc Roc, Dom Dolla, Dombresky, Dr Phunk, Dreamstate Presents, Eazybaked, Ekali, Elephante, Eli Brown, Excision, Factor B, Factory 93 Experience, Frank Walker, Fury + MC Dino, G Jones, Galantis, Golden Child, Green Velvet, Presents La La Land, Grube & Hovsepian, Grum, Haliene (Live), Heather Collins, Hot Since 82, Huda, Ida Engberg, Insomniac Records, Jason Brown, Jason Ross, Jauz, Jinx, John Summit, Joseph Capriati Invites, JOYRYDE, JSTJR, KAMI, Kaskade, Kayzo, Keith Mackenzie, Kill Script, KSHMR, Kye Kinch, Kygo (Sunset), Liquid Stranger, Loud Luxury, Louis The Child, LP Giobbi (Sunset), Luccio, Lucii, Magic Mike, Markus Schulz, The Martinez Brothers, MASF, Matroda, Matthais, MEEN, Moon Boots, Morten, Mrotek, Nasser Baker, NGHTMRE b2b SVDDEN DEATH, Nicole Moudaber Presents In The Mood, Nifra, Noizu, Patrick Topping, Paul Van Dyk, Phoenix Jagger b2b Pacho Berrocal, PLSMA, Reaper, Rico Rox, Said The Sky, SayMyName, Seven Lions, SIDEPIECE, Sita Abellán, Sloth, Slugg, Softest Hard, Soren, Steller, Subtronics, Supernaut, Suzy Solar, Tape-B, Tchami (Sunset), Tiësto, Timmy Trumpet, Too Heavy Crew, Too Kind, Verse b2b Ghost Lotus, Vintage Culture, VRG, Wenzday b2b Nostalgix, Westend b2b Black V Neck, Whipped Cream, William Black, and Zedd.

Tinker Field, a venue that has been home to EDC Orlando since its first edition in 2011, will transform into Insomniac’s signature immersive environment, complete with four breathtaking stages, larger than life art installations, costumed roaming characters and dancers, and full-scale carnival rides, including EDC’s iconic Ferris wheel. In 2019, the first three-day experience in the festival’s history welcomed a sold-out crowd of 225,000 Headliners. The unprecedented expansion of the festival grounds included an additional 10.5 acres, which grew EDC Orlando to more than 40 acres in size. The addition of a fourth stage, stereoBLOOM, as well as EDC’s signature art installations, including Pixel Forest, Paraluna and Anime, delivered the world-renowned Electric Daisy Carnival experience to the Sunshine State.

Ticketing information is available at orlando.electricdaisycarnival.com.

For the latest news, be sure to follow EDC Orlando on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To stay up to date with all things Insomniac, visit www.insomniac.com.

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