Everything you need to see and hear from the 20th Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas
It's time to live vicariously through all the festival heads at this year's EDC in Las Vegas.
Some amazing people have even put up online some of the best sets from the festival.
Get in before they are taken down.
5: Dr. Fresch b2b SNBRN
The two producers who are known to be friends mashed up an incredible hour of tunes in The Cosmic Meadow. Get those Future Ghetto vibes in your ears.
His reputation has only gotten better and better throughout the years. Undoubtedly one of the biggest long running DJ's in the world, he absolutely smashed his set at The Kinetic Field, playing a bunch of big room classics as well as harking back to some of his early trance days. The highlight was most definitely John Legend making a surprise appearance at the halfway mark.
3: Tycho’s Sunrise Set
Tycho is perhaps the most euphoric way possible to spend a sunrise, and by god did he deliver. The producer cycled through Jamie xx, Boards of Canada, and the inimitable Com Truise before closing out the Cosmic Meadow with fan-favorite: “Awake.”
The LA based producer blasted funky future dub remixes of Jack Ü, The Chainsmokers, and even System of a Down before unleashing a brand new Zedd track on the unsuspecting crowd. The undoubted highlight is the DJ’s humble interludes as he repeatedly thanks the crowd for attending his first EDC appearance before closing out with Israel Kamakawiwo’ole’s ukelele “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” cover.
1: Duke Dumont
Highlights include Dumont‘s fan favorite “The Giver” and a freaky little acid house interlude around the 42:00 minute mark. The Blasé Boys Club label boss closed out his set with his breakout hit “I Got U” and a charming thank you to those who caught the set.