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Already counting down the days to experience EDC Las Vegas all over again? Insomniac has officially announced the dates for the 10th Anniversary of their arrival in Sin City!

It seems like just yesterday that we were all together, connected, and dancing under the electric sky at this year’s edition of EDC Las Vegas. Providing one of the best (and largest) weekends we’ve been able to experience at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway yet, Insomniac pulled out all the stops and left us absolutely stunned with amazing sets, unreal art, and plenty of special moments and surprises.

Now, as we continue to buzz in the afterglow of all things EDC, the vibes have continued to roll forward as Insomniac has officially unveiled the dates for EDC Las Vegas 2020. The 10th Anniversary of their first edition in Sin City will be hosted over the weekend of May 15-17, 2020, so mark your calendars and start thinking about where you’ll stay because you won’t want to miss out on this party.

Related: Want to relive some of the magical moments you experienced at EDCLV this year? Check out our livesets post for a taste of the madness!

While the festival portion of EDC Las Vegas will be happening on May 15, 16, and 17, if you’re thinking about joining Camp EDC this year then you’ll want to circle May 14 on your calendar as well. After completely blowing us away and transforming a parking lot into our home away from home, we couldn’t imagine attending the festival in any other fashion.

Stay tuned for more details surrounding the upcoming edition of EDCLV, potential changes to Camp EDC, and let us know if you’ll be attending next year in the comments below!

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  1. YAAASSSS I CANT WAIT! I did RV camping this year but I think this upcoming I will do a pod instead. Returning an RV is not fun. Anyways when will payment plans be up!?! Lmao see u under the electric sky!!! 2020

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