The official lineup for this year's Electric Daisy Carnival has just been released. Diplo, Zedd, Kaskade, and more will perform at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway from May 18 to May 20.
A total of 250 acts will perform at the Electric Daisy Carnival across eight stages. Other than the onstage performances, the event will also feature costumed performers that will dance at the carnival. There will also be some surprise guests throughout the event.
Other confirmed artists that will take the eight stages include Afrojack, Marshmello, Armin Van Buuren, Axtrix, Avalon, Robotaki, Sam Jones, Will Clarke, Andy C, Code Black, Kygo, Master of the People, Yellow Claw, Big Wild, Dash Berlin, Loco Dice, Martin Garrix, Seven Lions, R3hab, Zomboy, and more.
Insomniac Events Promotes 2018 Electric Day Carnival
Insomniac Events, the promoter of the festival, will also be the celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Pasquale Rotella, the event founder, said that the carnival is aimed at bringing like-minded people together.
"You have time to talk. There's not this rush. There's little time to meditate and connect. As gratifying as it is listening to the show, now you can get a massage during a set or take a yoga class. I want people to be able to go to a temporary city where communities have been formed. Granted, we're not going to camp everybody - it's limited to a percentage of people," said Rotella.
Where To Buy Tickets
Tickets for the 2018 Electric Daisy Carnival are now available via the show's official website. General admission tickets are priced at $325 while the VIP tickets are priced at $699. Private tables may also be rented out for couples or large groups.
The Electric Daisy Carnival also hosts commitment ceremonies and renewal of vows packages. There are complete wedding packages for couples who wish to tie the knot at a unique venue as well. Campsite lodging is also available in various areas around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
"We're more just giving you space, making it easier for people to camp out if they choose to do that," said Rotella.
Guests who do not wish to camp out at the carnival may keep their personal items inside their locker.
Electric Daisy Carnival first kicked off in 1991. In 1997, Insomniac Events took over the festival. Since its inception, the EDC has spread in other venues across the United States, as well as other parts of the world.