Art Car Lineups Announced for EDC Las Vegas 2019

EDC Las Vegas 2018 Parliament Art Car Camp EDC
Photo Credit: insomniac Events

While the massive stages are certainly showstoppers at EDC Las Vegas, it’s the art cars that have provided some intimate experiences and unique sets!

Headliners have been closely studying the lineup for this year’s edition of EDC Las Vegas since it first dropped back in March, but a piece was still missing to the puzzle: The Art Car and Corona Electric Beach Lineups. Today, we now know which artists will be gracing the stage on the art cars to give us some special sets and intimate experiences.

Announced by Insomniac just moments ago, the Parliament, Wide Awake, Mayan Warrior, and Forest House Art Cars will be playing host to a massive array of talent, and the Corona Electric Beach stage will be rocking alongside it. Notable takeovers include mau5trap and Insomniac Records on the Parliament Art Car along with Brownies & Lemonade and UKF on the Forest House Art Car.

But the lineups aren’t just about the takeovers, as there is a solid blend of established heavy hitters and rising talent playing these art cars. Major names like Skream, Audien, Delta Heavy, and more have been announced across the multiple lineups. We are pleased to see some of our personal favorites billed as well including Mark Lizaola, Anakim, Wenzday, VNSSA, Julian Gray, i_o and No Mana, and Rinzen and Matt Lange!

Related: Looking for the EDC Las Vegas lineup? Check out our post to find out if your favorite artist is taking the stage at the festival!

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EDC Las Vegas 2019 – Art Car Lineups:

Parliament Art Car – Lineup

Friday, May 17 (Insomniac Records Takeover)
  • Audien (House Set)
  • Daniel Bailey
  • Hook N Sling
  • Kenny Oliver
  • Mark Lizaola
  • SRN
  • Taylor Kade
  • Special Guests
Saturday, May 18 (mau5trap Takeover)
  • 13
  • ATTLAS b2b Rhett
  • Callie Reiff
  • i_o b2b No Mana
  • Julian Gray
  • monstergetdown b2b Rhyno
  • Raito
  • Rinzen b2b Matt Lange
  • Sian
Sunday, May 19 (Insomniac Records Takeover)
  • Alyx Ander
  • Dom Dolla
  • Frostbyte
  • Holly
  • Taylor Kade
  • Wax Motif
  • Special Guests

Wide Awake Art Car – Lineup

Friday, May 17
  • Carta
  • Ghetto Kids
  • Groovyroom x Avin
  • Harmson
  • Junior
  • Maximus C
  • Pablito Mix
  • Yako
Saturday, May 18
  • Bones
  • Bot b2b Manolo
  • Ekonovah
  • Greco
  • Isenberg
  • VNSSA b2b Morelia
  • Westend
Sunday, May 19
  • Acidtwins
  • Anakim
  • Double Dare
  • Freak On
  • Freefall
  • Niles Shepard b2b Cabrillo
  • Simfonik
  • Thomas Garcia b2b Andy P

Mayan Warrior Art Car – Lineup

Friday, May 17
  • Ali Khalili
  • Holder
  • Mandrake b2b Dramian
  • Paolo
  • Paulor
Saturday, May 18
  • Anton
  • Dramian
  • Gandaia (Benja & Bubu)
  • Kriss
  • Mandrake
Sunday, May 19
  • Bubu
  • Julps
  • Kawas
  • Papa Lu

Forest House Art Car – Lineup

Friday, May 17 (Things You Say)
  • Ali Khalili
  • Hint of Lavender
  • Hot Fuzz
  • Lisbona Sisters
  • Mele
  • Papa Lu
  • Rick Trainor
  • Skream
Saturday, May 18 (Brownies & Lemonade)
  • Brownies & Lemonade All Stars + Friends
Sunday, May 19 (UKF)
  • Consouls b2b Fallen
  • Culture Shock
  • Delta Heavy
  • Dimension
  • Dirtyphonics
  • Murdock
  • Special Guests

Corona Electric Beach – Lineup

Friday, May 17
  • Bijou
  • D8 Me
  • Dustycloud
  • Little Fritter
  • Swage
  • Type3
  • Wenzday
  • Xonic
  • Special Guests
Saturday, May 18
  • D3V
  • Elephante
  • Holly
  • Jayceeoh
  • Kendoll
  • Olan
  • Sharps
  • ZAXX
Sunday, May 19
  • Doc Brown
  • Dom Dolla
  • Emmy J
  • Eran Hersh & Darmon
  • Kane Michael
  • Lucati
  • Yousef

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