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Insomniac Events has announced the first ever lineup for EDC Japan!


Only days after announcing the lineup for Beyond Wonderland SoCal, Insomniac Events has dropped yet another lineup in our laps this time for EDC Japan. Together with GMO Internet Group, Creativeman, and Live Nation Japan, Insomniac has announced the lineup for their 5th international destination. Slated to take place on April 29th and 30th in Tokyo Bay, this brand new edition of the Electric Daisy Carnival will transform the Zozo Marine Stadium and Makuhari Beach into a unique experience for electronic music lovers in Japan.

Set to include four stages in true Insomniac fashion, the lineup features major names like Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Duke Dumont, Kaskade, and Zedd. Additionally, the sounds of Nicole Moudaber, Seven Lions, and Dubfire will really allow for fans in Asia to get down with the vibe of the event. The kineticCATHEDRAL will be making it’s way to Japan to play host to the mainstage of the event inside Zozo Marine Baseball Stadium. while neonGARDEN takes over the Makuhari Plaza, and the circuitGROUNDS structure will be overlooking the oceanfront. Insomniac has also announced that a new Boombox Art Car that is EDC Japan-specific will be bumping some beats with local talent as well! Check out the full lineup below, and let us know if you plan on attending EDC Japan this year!

Two-day general admission passes for the first-ever EDC Japan are priced at ¥26,000, while VIP tickets are currently ¥60,000. Single-day passes are also available with general admission tickets priced at ¥14,000 per day, and VIP tickets offered at ¥33,000 per day.

All presale ticket types can be purchased HERE until Monday, February 6!


EDC Japan 2017 Lineup:

EDC Japan 2017 Lineup


EDC Japan 2017 Lineup By Artist:
  • Afrojack
  • Armin van Buuren
  • Axwell ^ Ingrosso
  • BAGGI
  • Carnage
  • Cut Snake
  • Dubfire
  • Duke Dumont
  • Fatboy Slim
  • Galantis
  • Gryffin
  • Jauz
  • Joyryde
  • Kaskade
  • Knife Party
  • Louis The Child
  • Marshmello
  • Martin Garrix
  • Nicole Moudaber
  • Sander Van Doorn
  • Seven Lions
  • Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
  • Yellow Claw
  • Zedd

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Featured Photo Credit: Insomniac Events

 



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6 COMMENTS

  1. Where did you get the information about the 3 themed stages? I can’t figure out how this can be the full lineup with that many stages for 2 days.

    10 hours a day x 3 stages x 2 days = 60 hours to fill, and with 26 names announced that gives us a little over 2 hours average per act?

    • As per the official announcement we received from Insomniac. There will more than likely be supporting acts announced to open the stages and pad the lineup. We also anticipate that this festival will end much earlier than its global counterparts.

      • The tickets say gates at 10, show lasts from 111AM-9PM. Thanks for the other info. Excited to see if other supporting acts get announced (but doesn’t that go against ‘full lineup’?)

    • We were sort of confused by this as well, as no end time has been listed. Honestly I think that we are looking at an ending time before 11pm though just based off the size of the lineup.

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