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One of the most beloved editions of the Electric Daisy Carnival is getting an extra day this year. Will you be heading to EDC Orlando 2019?


After a jaw-dropping edition of EDC Orlando in 2018 that saw the festival expand to its largest size yet and bring a lineup of artists that was just as powerful, we couldn’t wait to see what Insomniac would bring to the table this year. Today, Insomniac has announced that the festival will not just be returning this year, but will also be expanding once again.

Hosted from November 8-10, the ninth edition of EDC Orlando will see the festival expand to three days for the first time ever, which is also a first for any EDC outside of the one in Las Vegas. In his post on Instagram, Pasquale has also announced that the festival will feature more stages and a larger footprint than ever before.

Last year, Headliners who attended EDC Orlando were graced with a lineup that was dominated by artists from the realms of Bassrush and Factory 93. Standout performances came from the likes of Illenium, Kaskade, Bassnectar, Nicole Moudaber, and more helped provide a soundtrack that attendees won’t soon forget.

Related: Check out our review of how EDC Orlando went down last year and take a peek at our photo gallery on Facebook!

Other additions to EDCO included the Charity Initiative that offered unique experiences for fans who wanted to give back, a highly curated Boombox Art Car lineup, and the kineticLOVE stage that had debuted at EDC Las Vegas in May of last year. We can’t wait to see what’s in store from the Insomniac team for this year’s edition!

Stay tuned for news from Insomniac surrounding the upcoming edition of EDC Orlando including tickets, the lineup, and more. Are you excited for the extra day of beats? Who do you want to see on the lineup this year? Let us know in the comments below!

Check out the post announcing EDC Orlando 2019 from Pasquale Rotella:


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