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EDC reveals full 2017 lineup [Breaking]

Yesterday, April 27, Pasquale Rotella gave clued fans into EDC Las Vegas’ 2017 lineup through a rather novel way. Airing his Sirius XM program, “Night Owl Radio,” a day earlier than usual, the Insomniac founder systematically ran through each of the festival’s stages, playing a swift clips of songs from artists playing at each.

Today, Insomniac released the event’s full lineup in a traditional format, featuring a number of enticing inclusions throughout the over 230 artists who will appear across seven stages at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway over the weekend of June 16-18.

Among the most exciting inclusions on the monolithic roster is an unprecedented b2b2b set between Diplo, Alison Wonderland, and Jauz. The weekend will also feature solo sets from Porter Robinson and Madeon, fresh off of their acclaimed Shelter tour. A number of momentous artists will make their EDC Las Vegas debuts this summer, including bass music matriarchs REZZ and Mija, glitch hop favorite GRiZ, and tropical/pop producer Kygo. RÜFÜS DÜ SOL, Cut Snake, and DJ Khaled will also provide their inaugural performances at the festival.

RL Grime, Martin Garrix, and marshmello add further broad appeal to this iteration of EDC Vegas, as do new stage developments from the first-ever quantumVALLEY trance stage (hosted by Dreamstate), and Factory93’s house and techno takeover of the neonGARDEN (hosted by MoodZONE, Paradise, and Adam Beyer’s Drumcode).

View the full lineup below:


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