EDC Las Vegas Festival 2024 Lineup

EDC Las Vegas 2017 / Photo by Matty Adame / Unsplash
EDC Las Vegas 2017 / Photo by Matty Adame / Unsplash

Hey, electronic dance music lovers! Imagine the desert sky coming alive with hundreds of lights, beats that resonate with your heart, and a sea of friendly faces united by a single passion: music. EDC Las Vegas is a journey for electronic dance music fans from all over the world to discover what the very best EDM lineup can offer.

Today’s festival is taking place in the heart of the Nevada desert, but it wasn’t always like this. The festival was first held in 1991 as a warehouse festival in Los Angeles. In 1995, festival founder Stephen Hauptuhr granted name rights to Insomniac legend Pasquale Rotella.

EDC is a multistage festival. Every stage like kineticFIELD, circuitGROUNDS, and cosmicMEADOW offers a unique blend of visual and sound bliss. Most of all, EDC Las Vegas is a monument to the unyielding spirit of the EDM community. It’s a place to lose yourself in the music, find new friends among strangers, and experience the unforgettable magic of dancing until the sun rises over the neon-lit horizon.

EDC Las Vegas is surely one of the biggest music events in the US. According to Insomniac, 520,000 people attended the 3-day festival in 2023. It is an event that includes camping as well, and this adds to a really amazing experience.

Hold onto your neon gear and prepare to be transported into a realm of electronic euphoria because EDC Las Vegas 2024 is back and bigger than ever! Mark your calendars for the middle of May, as the Las Vegas Motor Speedway becomes the ultimate playground for music lovers and festival enthusiasts alike.

Prepare to be dazzled by the electrifying EDC Las Vegas lineup of over 200 DJs, including some of the biggest names in the electronic dance music scene.

When Is EDC Las Vegas 2024?

Festival dates for this year are already out! EDC Las Vegas 2024 will take place from May 17 to May 19, 2024.

Location of the EDC Las Vegas

Once again, the biggest lineup in electronic dance music will join up for EDC Las Vegas at the iconic Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Since 2019 except for the COVID pandemic years, this has been the location of the festival.

What Music Genres Does EDC Las Vegas Cover?

EDC is an electronic dance music festival, and artists in its lineup surely prove that. Kinetic and Circuit stages are a mix of genres. Kinetic is the festival’s main stage, and Circuit is a kind of secondary main stage. The cosmic stage is mostly bass and trap. The Neon stage is mostly techno and house music. The BassPOD stage is for some of the heavier stuff, dubstep, drum and bass, and melodic dubstep. The Quantum stage is for those trance and deep house among you. If you are a fan of dance music, Wasteland is for you, and if you are a house fan you will enjoy Stereobloom and Bionic stages.

Participation Lineup for the 2024 EDC Las Vegas

Hey music lovers, guess what? The EDC Las Vegas lineup for this year just dropped, and it’s mind-blowing! So, who’s hitting the stage? EVERYONE who’s anyone in the EDM world. We’re talking about the legends themselves – David Guetta, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, John Summit, Steve Aoki, Illenium, Paul van Dyk, Zedd – you name it, they’re on the list. This is the bash you’ve been waiting for, the party of the century! Trust us, you don’t wanna miss out on this one!

Here is the EDC 2024 lineup:

EDC Las Vegas 2024 Day-by-Day Lineup

From 17 to 19 May 2024, the attendees at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway venue can experience great music and exceptional performances from their favorite artists.

Here’s their day-by-day schedule:

Friday, 17 May

  • Adam Beyer
  • Blastoyz
  • Haai
  • Cassian
  • Carl Cox
  • Alchimyst
  • Denis Dulta
  • Hamdi
  • David Guetta
  • Giuseppe Ottaviani
  • Adventure Club
  • Infected Mushroom
  • Justin Jay
  • Ninajirachi
  • Nifra
  • Miss Dre
  • Paul Oakenfold
  • Vintage Culture
  • Water Spirit

And more!

Saturday, 18 May

  • Eli Brown
  • Airwold Paradise
  • Daxson
  • Boys Noize
  • Bianca Oblivion
  • Four Tet
  • Hedex
  • Matt Sassari
  • Lil Texas
  • Talla 2XLC
  • Tiesto
  • Rayben
  • Purple Disco Machine

And more!

Sunday, 19 May

  • Death Code
  • Deborah de Luca
  • Honeyluv
  • Kaskade
  • Deadmau5
  • Jon Casey
  • Alesso
  • Mau P
  • Wuki
  • Trym
  • Shiba San
  • Pryda
  • Sofi Tucker DJ Set

And more!

Previous Year’s Lineups for EDC Las Vegas

While waiting for the EDC Las Vegas 2024 to start, let’s remind you about what was happening in previous years:

Electric Daisy Las Vegas 2023 Lineup

Last year, attendees were able to enjoy exceptional performances at EDC Las Vegas by:

  • David Guetta
  • Tiesto
  • Martin Garrix
  • Marshmello
  • Excision
  • Armin Van Buuren
  • Zedd
  • Dom Dolla
  • Alok

And many others.

EDC Las Vegas 2022 Lineup

Some of the artists from the 2023 and 2024 lineups were seen in 2022, who represented their sets to the excited audience:

  • AC Slater b2b Chris Lorenzo
  • Alok
  • Armin Van Buuren
  • Ben Nicky
  • Audien
  • Charlotte De Witte

And more!

How Much Do the Tickets for EDC Las Vegas Cost?

EDC Las Vegas offers a range of tickets for diverse preferences and budgets. The General Admission (GA) Experience Pass is available at $389 + fees, providing access to the festival’s basic offerings. For those seeking a slightly upgraded experience, the GA+ Experience Pass is available for $599 + fees, offering additional perks. The VIP Enhanced Pass, priced at $949 + fees, provides the ultimate EDC experience with exclusive access and premium benefits. These various tiers allow festival-goers to choose the ticket option that best suits their desires and ensures an unforgettable time at EDC Las Vegas. No matter what you decide, you can see the entire EDC music lineup with all the tickets.

EDC single-day tickets will be available for sale closer to the festival’s start, but as EDC festival goers say, by the end of the festival, you will be asking for the fourth day.

General Admission

The GA 3-day pass offers entry to all the amazing stages and artists in the EDC Las Vegas festival lineup. Additionally, you can walk through interactive art installations, take free carnival rides, and join in games. Early Owl ticket price is $379 + Taxes & fees, but it is already sold out.

General Admission Plus

The GA+ 3-day pass not only includes all the benefits of the GA pass but also adds a few extra perks to enhance your festival experience. With this pass, you’ll have the advantage of quicker entry through dedicated gates and access to cooled restrooms. The 3-day GA+ pass will set you back $599 + taxes & fees.


Ready to amp up your EDC Las Vegas experience? You can dive into the ultimate festival life with a 3-day VIP ticket pass! You get to enjoy the sets from elevated viewing decks, treat your taste buds to amazing food and drinks, and get down with some VIP-only entertainment. The VIP adventure is a 21+ exclusive.

A VIP 3-day pass will set you back $1,199.99 (plus taxes & fees).

Additional EDC Las Vegas Ticket Details

Aside from music and lineup, a huge part of EDC is the camping experience. There are 3 camping sites: Moon Glow, Desert Rose, and RV. RV camping is for those who are coming to the festival with their RV vehicle, and the price is $649 + fees. Moon Glow and Desert Rose camping grounds are similar, but Moon Glow Shiftpods are for up to 4 people, and Desert Rose is for 2 people only. You only need one camping pass for the group, but all campers must have a festival pass to enter the campground.

Prices range from $649 + taxes & fees for RV, $1.449 + taxes & fees for Moon Glow to $1.699 + taxes & fees for Desert Rose.

RV camping is already sold out. (Feb. 2024)

How Can I Get Tickets for EDC Las Vegas 2024?

EDC Las Vegas 2024 tickets are available on the Ticketmaster and Vivid Seats.

Important Info About EDC Las Vegas 2024 and Lineup

Heading to Vegas for the ultimate electronic and dance music bash? We’ve scooped up all the must-know deets from the web and socials just for you.

Is VIP worth it?

Festival goers mostly agree, if you can afford it, EDC Las Vegas VIP is totally worth the price.

However, not everyone agrees, and some experiences are different…

Should I prepare for warm or cold weather?

Prepare for both. It can get really hot or freezing. You can use AC in tents but don’t expect miracles. Better come prepared for all weather. Days are usually very hot, and nights are cold.

I heard it takes forever to check in. Is this true?

Lines can get long. If you are coming in an RV, prepare to wait or come early. RV lines are long and take longer to check.

If you are going camping, bring 2-locks

You will need locks for the tents. Each tent has 2 doors, so you need 2 locks.

There is no cell service

Prepare for life without cell service. There are a lot of people in a small area, so coverage is terrible both near stages and in camp.

If you go with a group, set a meeting point where you can meet if you get lost. No messages, no DMs, you should prepare in advance.

Bring earplugs for sleeping and concerts

Protect your ears from too loud music, but you will also need some earplugs for sleeping. If you have issues sleeping with light (or sun up) bring sleeping masks as well. Events end late and camp parties continue even later. You will need your rest. EDC is draining your body, you can’t miss your sleep.

Will I see all the artists from the EDC lineup?

No. With 8 stages, you are likely to miss more than you see. But with planning and luck, you may see your favorite artist from the EDC lineup.

Bring a Hydration pack!

There is a lot of activity and the weather is hot. Don’t forget the hydro-pack, there are water refill stations inside the festival grounds.

Some additional useful information can be found on the organizer’s website.

Similar Festivals to EDC Las Vegas

Since this is an EDM festival, we’re sure you’ll find many similar ones, such as Beyond Wonderland, Coachella, or Dancefestopia.

Make sure you plan your festival attendance accordingly, since thee are so many of them and sometimes it’s impossible to be on time for each. Surely, leave something for 2025, because we’re sure more exciting lineups are about to come.

EDC Las Vegas Sights and Sounds


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