Electric Zoo Festival is New York City’s home to the sample dance music event. Year after year, the festival draws in a bigger crowd with new surprises and renditions. Thousands of attendees gather in Randall’s Island Park annually, making it the ultimate “last dance” of the summer that sends the season out with a bang all Labor Day weekend long.
With a new 3.0 theme for the 13th edition by transforming New York’s Randall’s Island Park into a tech-driven, electronic dance music paradise. This year’s edition offers all new dimensions of sight and sound with stage designs, interactive installations, and the most diverse lineup in EZOO history. The 2022 lineup features Porter Robinson, Canvas, Redrum, Pretty Pink, Black Carl!, Cheat Codes, VNSSA, Netsky, John Summit, AC Slater, G Jones B2B Eprom, and much more. Plus, the showcase stages are curated by fan-favorite artists like CloZee, Carl Cox, famous party brand Brownies and Lemonade, and more. WHILE THERE ARE A THOUSAND+ REASONS WHY YOU SHOULDN’T MISS EZOO, HERE ARE 11 THINGS NOT TO MISS AT ELECTRIC ZOO 3.0!
This year EZoo will have utterly new stage designs fused with AI technology. Surrounded by lush greenery, prepare for EZoo's first fully-immersive experience. What used to be called Hilltop Arena will be replaced by The Landing. Positioned uniquely on the festival map for the perfect position for no sound bleeding for festival attendees. As Ezoo retires 'The Grove,' they welcome to the 3.0 family Morphosis, the stage where house music evolves.
This year’s Electric Zoo will be the biggest and best, thanks to the innovative new 3.0 theme. Combining the festival with the technology revolution dominated Web 3.0 and more innovative technology. Think of it as a system update across the board, addressing issues like sound bleed, adding additional VIP areas, refreshed site map configuration, more free accessible water stations, all new stage designs, and more.
After eleven years, global techno pioneer Carl Cox will triumphantly return to the Electric Zoo. He will perform a rare US festival set while showcasing highly sought-after live acts at his Carl Cox Invites stage. Sunday, September 4, Loco Dice, DJ Holographic, and more will take over The Landing.
The notorious LA party brand is known for bringing the craziest vibes and unearthing genre-bending of dance music. On Friday, September 2, a taste of the west coast to the east coast will be their fourth Electric Zoo appearance by taking over Morphosis.
Electric Zoo 3.0 has no shortage of rising, from the emotive sounds of Pauline Herr, the thunderous beats of A Hundred Drums, to the bass-friendly, euphoric and dark melodies by Redrum and effervescent electronic pop productions of Moore Kismet.
Tchami will return to Electric Zoo while also curating his very own stage in the name of his imprint, Confession. The stage will feature some of house music’s most profound heavy hitters, like Malaa, Matroda, Capozzi, Wax Motif, and more. They will all be taking over The Landing on Friday, September 2.
Electric Zoo is New York City’s best and most prominent electronic music festival, and it wouldn't be a proper party without performances by native New York artists. Be sure to catch artists like Charles Meyer, Truth x Lies, and RNÉ representing their home city.
EZoo pushes boundaries on creating the best festival experience, especially with its interactive installations. Whether headbanging at the main stage or drifting around the grounds with your friends, the installations are the perfect meet-up spots and photo shoots for social media.
Ezoo attendees know how to dress to impress. Each year festival fashion evolves and changes. The diverse lineup will follow diverse festival outfits. Ranging from bass-heads, techno aliens, house music lovers, and EDM Kandi. There are so many different styles of fashion matching the multi-genre lineup.
It’s the best part of the entire festival. Add the view of the city skyline along the surrounding water with the golden sun shining down, it's a famous sight to see. Catch exquisite Sunset Sets from Diplo on Friday, September 2, DJ Snake on Saturday, September 3, and Subtronics on Sunday, September 4.
EZoo is going all out with a massive lineup of afterparties for those who want to keep the party going this year. On Friday, September 2, Tchami, Malaa, and Matroda at the Great Hall, Avant Gardner. Afrojack will perform at Marquee and a special Brownies & Lemonade take-over party at Webster Hall. Followed by Saturday, September 3, Camelphat and Cristoph will perform at The Brooklyn Mirage. At Webster Hall, Lab Group will perform. Lost Kings will play at Marquee, and Cheat Codes will play at Lavo. Rounding up the Labor Day Weekend with more after parties from Martin Garrix and Justin Mylo performing at The Brooklyn Mirage. This will be Martin Garrix’s debut event at the iconic New York venue. Over at the Great Hall will be CloZee’s Odyzey Music Takeover. A dubstep takeover with Subtronics, A Hundred Drums, and more at Webster Hall. Andrea Oliva and Chelina Manuhutu will play at Quantum. The party continues with Loco Dice at Superior Ingredients Roof on Monday, September 5. All tickets for each are available on the official Electric Zoo Festival site. See below the full Made Event after-party lineup.
Its been three years since the last Moonrise Festival happened in Baltimore, Maryland. Once the first promo advertisement appeared, the dance community was beyond ecstatic. It's known as one of the longest-running festivals in the area. It was seven years ago when I attended my first Moonrise. The festival was very unorganized, although it did bring an incredible lineup. However, the stages were much smaller, and it was difficult to hear most of the sets due to poor sound production. A few sets did stand out, and I made terrific friends that weekend that I still keep in touch with. This year with the rebranding, it will be a sensory experience like no other that will transform the famous harbor city. What to expect was unknown as a new branded festival under the ownership of Insomniac Events and Club Glow. This wasn’t the first time the flagship events company revamped an existing music festival. All expectations were at the highest peak of performances in all realms. The planets and stars aligned accordingly in the Universe as time led up to the weekend of the Moonrise Festival.(more…)
Ranked among International Nightlife Congress’ 100 World’s Best Nightclubs, HQ2 Dayclub is home to the largest outdoor pool party on the East Coast. In addition, HQ2 is pleased to announce a star-studded lineup of DJs for the first-ever Lucy The Elephant Weekend. The event will commence on August 5 and conclude on August 8 at America’s original seaside resort town. The global stars include DJ Snake, Tiesto, Dombresky, Kim Lee, Fergie, and Markus Schulz.
The developer James Lafferty built Lucy the Elephant in 1881 as a gimmick to attract buyers to his land holdings along the coast of South Atlantic City. The famous hotel was near Lucy Presidents, and royalty came from around the world to stay at the neighboring Elephant Hotel and climb the stairs to Lucy’s howdah.
Throughout history, Lucy has survived hurricanes, ocean floods, and even a fire. However, by the 1960’s it became apparent there was one disaster Lucy could not overcome, neglect. By then, the once proud jewel of the South Jersey coast has become an almost hopeless, wretched wreck. In 1970, Lucy The Elephant was sold to the Save Lucy Committee for $1. Unfortunately, the property is now a condo development. Lucy moved to her current location, and restoration began. Unfortunately, 52 years later and standing along the ocean’s edge, the elements have taken their toll on Lucy. She is in the final stages of a $2 million exterior restoration project.
“The Save Lucy Committee could not be more thrilled that Atlantic City’s NEWEST casino resort and America’s OLDEST roadside attraction have teamed up to benefit the ongoing major restoration project at Lucy the Elephant,” said Richard Helfant, Executive Director and CEO of the non-profit organization. “Elephants have always been a symbol of good luck, and we are hopeful that Lucy will bring good luck and good fortune to all those attending this exciting weekend at HQ Nightclub/Beachclub and Ocean Casino Resort. We are extremely grateful to the staff and management of Ocean Casino Resorts and Lou B Industries for bringing these two iconic symbols of Atlantic City together.”
More than $1.5 million raised funds will help introduce these additional donations. As a result, the Ocean Casino Resort and HQ2 Nightclub & Dayclub decided to launch Lucy The Elephant Weekend, with a portion of the proceeds going towards the project.
Be the first to experience this historical weekend event at HQ2. On Friday, August 6, let the fun begin at the Nightclub with the talented entertainer Kim Lee. On Saturday, August 6, DJ Snake will perform at the Dayclub, followed by Dombresky’s nightclub performance. The madness continues with international icon Tiesto taking over the HQ2 beach club on Sunday, August 7. Fergie is taking over the decks at the nightclub. Finally, on Monday, August 8, the nightclub will conclude with trance legend Markus Schulz.
Just halfway through the incredible summer season with massive festivals worldwide, and today, Insomniac Events surprised the community with a mind-blowing full lineup drop of EDC Orlando. Set to perform at the three-day affair this November 11-13, 2022. Once again, EDC will take over Orlando’s Tinker Field. The colorful celebration with sunshine and positive energy will host plenty of elite performers and up-and-coming acts. The festival will include the highly anticipated sunset performances with Kaskade Redux, Dom Dolla, Above & Beyond, and more. EDC Orlando will also champion talented producers, including 999999999 (Hybrid Live/DJ Set), Green Velvet Presents La La Land, John Summit, Vintage Culture, Pauline Herr, Charlotte de Witte, plus over one hundred other artists. First debuted at EDC Las Vegas earlier this year, the kineticBLOOM will be on full display in Orlando, celebrating the growth of personal connections and the seed of a unique flower known over the last 26 years as the Electric Daisy.
Electric Daisy Carnival and Orlando have always brought a wide variety to every lineup each year, raising the bar in creativity and lineup curating. Each year, Insomniac sets high standards and never slows down to engage in creating new experiences. Festival goers always return every year because it delivers a different experience. More festival activities, unique drinks specials, immersive actors and performers, and iconic DJ sets. EDC grows each year, inviting more talented artists and attracting more attendees. Throughout its eleven years, EDC Orlando has evolved into a major festival in the United States. It's a celebration of all the successful years the festival created with all the loving fans. Here are some exciting and fun facts about EDC Orlando.
It can be annoying not being able to use cash at EDC. There is an option for cash to be exchanged onsite for a prepaid card with the merchants. But who wants to do that? However, we are living in a new age where everyone is using a phone, and everything is digital. EDC accepts Credit, debit, Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, and Android Pay. Paying cashless does make lines go a little faster when buying merch, food, or beverages. Unless the systems go down.
Many of Insomniac’s signature brands will champion EDC Orlando’s four iconic stages, including Dreamstate, Bassrush, Insomniac Records, and Factory 93. Plus, the main stage, known as kineticFIELD, adopts the same construction as Vegas. From ethereal trance music and heavy-hitting bass to the dance floor sounds of house and techno. Insomniac’s curated music lineups continue strengthening the behemoth's reach to electronic dance fans across all genres. The Ryno Bus Art Car will also host the best local talent from the region, including a day dedicated to Florida breaks.
Last year’s high-energy festival brought a sold-out crowd of 300,000 Headliners together for three days of blooming beats inspired by the nature of the kineticZEN festival theme. Since its first edition in 2011, Insomniac’s EDC Orlando festival has continued to grow in size, now totaling more than 40 acres of the insane festival experience. Now spanning five music stages, attendance nearly tripled in just the last three years. This year will draw an even more significant number of people with the rise of festival action and success rates.
Downtown Orlando’s lively hub of entertainment and nightlife will also transform into EDC Orlando’s official pre-party and afterparty destination. Throughout recent years, it has hosted various events across multiple nights. Full performance and venue details will be announced soon.
Tickets are on sale for EDC Orlando, with three-day GA passes starting at $199.99 and VIP passes starting at $399.99. Please visit the link purchase; while they are still at Tier 1, prices will increase and sell out.
After a three-year hiatus with help from dance music and live events powerhouses Insomniac and Club Glow, Moonrise Festival will return. On Saturday, August 6, and Sunday, August 7, the grounds of the Pimlico Race Course will change into a different universe of space, alternate creatures, and immersive art decorations.(more…)
Erez Elsen and Amit “Duvdev” Duvdevani are the two members of the infamous psytrance duo, Infected Mushroom. They have been touring the world, creating music for twenty-five years, and establishing themselves as the biggest acts in the dance music scene. Performing live or DJ sets at a festival or concert, the pair always delivers their unique sound in a divine style. The LA-based, Israeli-bred duo earned their reputation as groundbreaking pioneers. Throughout their span of releases, it led to tens of millions of cult-like-following devoted fans. While raising the bar in production and creating music, they redefined the rules, and the duo inspired psytrance what it is today.(more…)
For the first time in three years, the infamous Day Zero Masada: Dweller of the Dead Sea returns to Israel this September. Nevertheless, Damian Lazarus’ Day Zero remains an essential marking of time for the electronic music community, a signal of new beginnings and a party that connects the physical and spiritual realms.
Touching down at the historic mountain of Masada and the lowest part of the world on September 16, 2022, the lineup features renowned DJs and producers from around the globe. Italian techno star Anfisah Letyago, New York house legend Danny Tenaglia, completing the star-studded bill is Sasha, DJ Tennis, Art Department, Chloe Caillet, Day Zero founder Damian Lazarus and Israeli artists including Adam Ten, and leader of Tel Aviv-based techno collective Dov Gummy.
I recently returned from my Birthright trip, and it was one of my favorite destinations throughout the entire journey. Here’s a brief history lesson about the Masada. It’s an ancient fortress in the Southern Israel of the Judean. It was built in 30 B.C and was known as the first temple. It sprawls over three rock formations and overlooks the vast breathtaking scenery of the Dead Sea. There are seven-hundred steps to walk the path to King Herod's Palace. However, the cable car, established in 1998, takes tourists to the ancient ruins on a fun ride. The frequencies of the world’s best electronic music echo through canyons carved over millennia, a sacred pilgrimage first set forth by Canaanites, Reubens, Gads, and many others. The 2022 Day Zero Masada will leave party people remains one of global rave’s most breathtaking experiences.
Day Zero first emerged from the luscious jungles of Tulum in 2012 and from there, it has become a humble gathering into one of the world’s celebrated festivals. The event brings innovative and creative ideas to the dancefloor. Damian Lazarus knows how to connect the music with the person throughout his euphoric sets. Together with the Tripping Productions team, it continues to push boundaries in technology, decorations, and artistry. Furthermore, attendees can count on the ability to experience elaborate performances from the Day Zero circus team, art installations, desert sculptures, and surprises at every turn. next chapter to the desert sands, Bedouin tribes, and ancient cultures in the Dead Sea region.
Imagine Music Festival continues its splash within the festival and dance music scene. Phase two of their 2022 lineup, the news continues with the new location in Kingston Downs, Georgia, USA. On September 16 and 18, world-class headliners, underground talent, and local artists will create new memories with attendees. In addition, Imagine continues to build its reputation of a massive lineup with stage takeovers, and back-to-back sets.
The second wave features Bombays; Bonnie X Clyde Presents Tears in Paradise; Crush Club; Dombresky; Dom Dolla; Habstrakt; James Kennedy; John Summit; Kayzo; LSDream; LP GIOBBI; Moore Kismet; Ravenscoon; Said the Sky, and Sidepiece. This all-camping festival will have more surprises to come. The lineup also features underground and local talent. Here are the top artists you should check out. Expanding the mind and music palette has always been a favorite at any festival; however, the best discoveries are at camping festivals.
The emerging artist is a British-born DJ and producer based in Atlanta, GA. While living in the UK, his first taste of dance music came in the late 80s and early 90s while going to clubs like Manchester’s legendary Haçienda and Thunderdome. He is taking over the tech-house scene by storm. His sound is recognizable and delightful, with multiple releases on notorious record labels. His dedication to the community and love for music helps provide him with the opportunity to impact fans worldwide. The sky is the limit for him and his music.
She is one of the Southeast's favorite and most respected DJs and producers in the dance music scene. She is making creative waves both stateside and across the planet by bringing unique and raw style with her live performances and original music. As a fixture in the Southeast music scene, she has spearheaded “Housework CLT.” She’s a huge advocate in the LBGTQ+ community, which led her to collaborate with Nomad Talent to create an event called “Girls Room,” celebrating queer women in music. As a DJ, she has massive control over the decks and crowd. She has vast potential and passion within the dance music industry.
Pronounced “ah-tica,” he is one of the top upcoming house DJs and producers. He makes waves in the underground house music scene with multiple original tracks based in Atlanta, GA. His catchy tunes and warm vibes transcend throughout his range of sound. He collaborates with different artists giving them opportunities. ‘Take My Hand’ is a hot favorite that will soon be a worldwide anthem.
This Atlanta-based DJ and producer are known for becoming the hottest up-and-coming act in the American Techno scene. Although he has a string of ultra-successful releases dropped throughout the last two years, he’s now been picked up and signed exclusively by UMEK. In addition, he is currently performing all over North and Central America on his ‘Disruption’ tour. The talented DJ is now a significant force in the States and rapidly growing in the underground techno scene. He is poised to become one of North America’s new generation of Techno icons.
The multi-talented artist is a vocalist and songwriter born in Florida but raised in Georgia. TJ and his older brother Dariansincebirth have made power moves in the EDM world with so many heavy bass tracks. As well as some insane house tunes as a duo by the name of Jimmy Wit An H. After starting his solo vocal project as “Justtjokay,” he has been able to showcase more of the many sounds he has. TJ began as a producer in studio engineering, songwriting, and vocal recording. He formed a production group called The Saviours Music Group and produced under a Deep House/Chill House alias known as dcomprss. He constantly expands his musical elements by dabbling with other ranges in music, such as a downtempo, deep house, G-House, and slap-house.
This LA-based, UK-born producer continues to tell his story of healing and inner peace through his euphoric deep, and progressive house sound. His signature flair in crafting emotive dancefloor hits has led him to remix from top heavyweights. He’s one of the top artists on the Anjunadeep label, where he first began his career. He’s made a few appearances on guest mixes for Above & Beyond and Joris Voorn. It's common to get lost in the vibes and emotions when he’s behind the decks.
The aquatic-themed festival will be set in an organic oasis, featuring three days of the world's best DJs, artists, and performances on master-crafted stages, poised to dive into 'A New World' at Kingston Downs. Imagine Music Festival will provide fans with enhanced infrastructure, including paved roads, an expanded footprint, and topography with proper drainage than previous sites. Fans can also expect workshops, yoga and meditation classes, health and wellness classes, food from over one hundred vendors, including vegan and local options, cirque, and more. General Admission and VIP passes are still available for the three-day festival. All weekend festival passes now include GA Tent-Only camping access and early Thursday arrival. VIP passes with express entry into the festival and other exclusive perks. Imagine Music Festival is an 18 and over event.
Summer is officially here! Other countries flourish during the dance music festival season. People from their native land travel fair for their specific destination festivals. After waiting so long because of the travel bans, this is the year when the biggest festivals make their most significant return. Some countries gear up all year long for one festival; others have over seventy hundred weekend festivals. Festivals in Europe are a completely different world compared to American festivals. There always are clean toilets, including general admission, well-organized security, and some of the most incredible locations imaginable. If anyone plans an overseas trip, these festivals are worth traveling to for the ultimate experience. These are just a few out of the massive list of European festivals.
Secret Project - Portimao Beach, Portugal | June 17-18
An emerging festival born in the prospering underground scene of downtown Los Angeles. Fusing art, cutting-edge technology, and exceptionally curated house and techno music, the festival is known for its daytime moments, ready to grow beyond its origin. It focuses on a spectrum of underground electronic sound that has always been represented. The festival debuted to great acclaim in Europe with a sold-out crowd of nearly 20,000 attendees during ADE. Secret Project now expands to Portugal for a more organic and sun-kissed affair. It is on sweeping sandy beaches with dramatic limestone rock formations and stunning ocean views.
Torino, Italy | July 1-3
This is an all-techno festival and is one of the biggest festivals in Europe. It’s located in Torino, Italy, and this year it extended the program to three days. Inviting over sixty-five international artists, twenty-four Italian performers, and over fifty thousand participants from over eighty countries. They were the first Italian festival to introduce cashless technology to purchase goods and services at the Festival through a loyalty card. This year’s catalog of techno artists performing at KFF will be the top elite headliners and local talent. Bringing the best of techno artists to date. Each year the city of Torin is taken over by techno and Kappa Futur Festival.
Romania | July 13-17
Romania’s most prominent festival returns to Transylvania at Bánffy Castle. It is one of the only festivals in the world where artists and DJs can perform at an old castle. Taking place next to the iconic 15th-century, in the pristine nature of Transylvania, Electric Castle surprises at every edition with a creative lineup, touching a diversity of genres with new media installations and music performances. It's no wonder that the festival was voted the best European festival. Its breathtaking scenery and historical surroundings create an out-of-the-ordinary way of living and feeling. Some of the most legendary sets and performances emerged from Electric Castle, top headlining acts from all forms of dance music. It is creating a vibe and producing elements with unimaginable creativity to create iconic sets and experiences.
Boom, Belgium | July 15-17 | July 22-24 | July 29-31
Not one, not two, but three weekends of Tomorrowland this year! It's been years since festival-goers could attend the motherland of music festivals. In celebration of their most significant return in history is extending to three back-to-back weekends. I can’t imagine who has the funds and energy to do all three weekends. Each year the festival sells out within minutes. This year was record-breaking. The complete camping festival entertains campers at the DreamVille stage with a pre-party. The entire country and city of Boom come together to celebrate Tomorrowland with multiple city and local pre-parties. It's an experience all on its own between the food, attendees, production, and decorations. One of the only festivals in the world with its airline and European travel package, Global Journey. The lineup includes top global artists and local Belgian DJs. It welcomes over eight hundred of the world's finest electronic artists to one giant dance floor performing at over fifteen stages. The festival has earned the name of the best festival in the world.
Spaarnwoude Houtrak, Netherlands | July 29 - 31
The 100% all techno festival will host no less than nine areas, both outdoor stages and tents. It is located at Spaarnwoude Houtrak, just outside of Amsterdam. Awakenings has a unique style with top-quality stage design and immersive light shows. It’s one of my personal all-time favorite music festivals. It’s all techno; I have witnessed some of the best sets and performances. This year will have over 80,000 attendees and over one hundred techno DJs. Every artist plays to their total capacity. For the first time in history, attendees will be able to stay the night at our Festival. To get the complete experience, Awakenings is extending to a three-weekend. The ticket gives people access to the festival & extensive camping program each night.
Banja Luka | Aug 11-13
Celebrating ten years of electronic music! The festival returns this year for its biggest event to date. They are located along the Kastel Fortress's walls, on the Vrbas River's left bank. It's home to the biggest festival in Bosnia. In addition to the complete infrastructure are the unique bars, DJ stages, and thick shade under the canopy. Plus, the festival visitors can enjoy rafting. and have unforgettable moments on the magnificent traditional Dayak boat rides. Along with purchasing a festival ticket, attendees can camp for FREE! This year’s lineup is an array of different realms of techno and house music. The lineup features Hernán Cattáneo, Claptone, Hot Since 82, Technasia, Sama’ Abdulhadi, and Adam Beyer.
UK | Aug. 25-28
The motherland of festivals celebrates its 25 anniversary. It's an electronic dance music festival series founded and organized by British club promoter Cream. It was first held in 1998 in Winchester, then moved to its current location on the Daresbury Estate in Cheshire. During the Platinum Jubilee weekend, it recently closed out its first edition of Creamfields South at Hylands Park, Chelmsford. The original festival has attracted over one hundred thousand attendees. It’s home to one of the most thought-out forward-thinking festival production. Where iconic DJs and producers perform the most legendary sets of their entire musical careers. The festival brand has expanded internationally to multiple countries Hong Kong and Thailand. The festival is the UK’s oldest and most prestigious music event.
The Netherlands | Aug 26-28
It’s one of the biggest festivals in the Netherlands. Visitors can immerse in a magical festival experience all weekend long. It's both a Weekend and Camping Festival. Camping visitors will enjoy a full weekend program, including an extra festival day on Friday and an exclusive afterparty on both Friday and Saturday. More than 300 of the world’s most famous artists, including the likes of DJ Snake, Oliver Heldens, Paul Kalkbrenner, Alan Walker, Carl Cox, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Volvox, Tijana T, Dom Dolla, Kapuchon, Sefa, Ran-D, and Ronnie Flex & The Fam. Located in Haarlemmermeer and attracting 100,000 visitors from over 100 different countries. Spreading out the acts over 22 breathtaking stages, in both open-air as in huge tents with laser shows and state-of-the-art sound systems, Mysteryland has something for everyone. Now completing the star-studded 2022 lineup, the countdown to a legendary end of the festival summer can begin.
Dubrovnik, Croatia | Sept. 23-27
Solardo announces its largest festival with its own charm and character and will be brought to life with world-class sound and production. Attendees can expect many stunning views over the walled city and glistening sea, with breathtaking sunsets and sunrises. Every day as festival-goers can enjoy beachside takeovers, pool and fortress parties, and terrace sessions like no other. There is a wide variety of accommodation options for Higher, including the elegant suites, luxury spa, and spectacular views of Valamar Lacroma, the beautiful Valamar Argosy Hotel with its fine restaurant, terrace, wellness zone and infinity pool, the exquisite 5* Valamar Collection Dubrovnik just a few minutes from the Old Town and Tirena Sunny Hotel. Dubrovnik is a high-class musical getaway in a beautiful location with some of the underground's most vital DJ talent. The first wave of names includes Marco Carola, FJAAK, Nicole Moudaber, Mall Grab, Maya Jane Coles, Vintage Culture, Nic Fanciulli, Lee Foss, and many more.
While over five hundred thousand people will be attending Electric Daisy Carnival. The rest of everyone will dread the worst feeling, FOMO. Fear no more, because EDC is available to Livestream. Four channels will stream across multiple platforms including YouTube, TikTok, Lomotif, and Roblox. The kineticFIELD, cosmicMEADOW, and circuitGROUNDS stages will transport viewers into the heart of EDC’s 26th year Under The Electric Sky.
Fans at home can view unforgettable live sets in the comfort of their own home. It’s also fun to throw a Livestream EDC party with friends. A curated channel that will give viewers exclusive behind-the-scenes access all weekend long. Fans can tune in to Insomniac TV in partnership with Lomotif. The madness will begin this Friday, May 20 at 5:00 p.m. PT for full details. EDC Livestream is hosted by Taylor Kade and Emma Kapotes. Straight from backstage at EDC Las Vegas, fans can access exclusive interviews on the special Insomniac Radio broadcast.
Insomniac Radio is available for FREE or in the Insomniac app. The Insomniac Radio broadcast will air live beginning at 5:30 p.m. PT on Friday, May 20, and beginning at 4:30 p.m. PT on Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22. The broadcasts will air live until 5:30 a.m. each day with replays to follow directly after.