EDC Las Vegas 2018 kineticLOVE
Photo Credit: Insomniac Events

Having just debuted at EDC Las Vegas this past May, the kineticLOVE stage will travel across the country to EDC Orlando this November!


When Pasquale Rotella announced that there would be some stunning new stages at EDC Las Vegas this year, headliners all over the world were excited to see what was in store. Aside from the changes to quantumVALLEY, neonGARDEN, circuitGROUNDS, and more, the kineticFIELD received one of the largest modifications as it transformed into the flagship of the theme dubbed kineticLOVE.

Spreading one of the foundations of the PLUR ethos, the kineticLOVE stage is one of the most stunning that Insomniac has created to date. Featuring two towering figures who lift up a giant heart together at the center point, the stage also features plenty of pyro elements, lights, lasers, and LED panels that help it morph through the night. From near or far Headliners can marvel at the grand scale of the stage while also getting an up close and personal look at the detailed elements brought with it.

The kineticLOVE stage will be traveling 2,300 miles from Las Vegas to Orlando this November to play host for the biggest acts taking the stage at the festival. Hosted over the weekend of November 9-10 at Tinker Field, EDC Orlando 2018 will surely be one of the best editions to date. Three stages, roaming art cars, and plenty of performers will help transform the venue into a neon-lit carnival that you won’t want to miss.

Tickets for EDC Orlando 2018 are on sale now, grab them today via orlando.electricdaisycarnival.com/tickets/.

Related: Read our review of last year’s edition of EDC Orlando for a taste of what the festival is like!

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