EDC Mexico to Expand to Three Days for 2020 Edition

EDC Mexico 2019
Photo Credit: Insomniac Events

After delivering an added day of fun to EDC Orlando, Pasquale and the Insomniac crew have announced that EDC Mexico will also be adding a third day in 2020!

Since its debut edition back in 2014, EDC Mexico has continued to grow at a rapid pace while also becoming one of the festival’s most desired editions to attend. A collaboration between powerhouse brands Insomniac Events and OCESA, the two continue to bring their best to the table in Mexico City each year for a weekend filled with stunning production, quality beats, and plenty of love that’s second in attendance only to their edition in Las Vegas.

Today, Pasquale Rotella took to social media to make things even sweeter for those South of the border as he’s unveiled the news that EDC Mexico will officially be expanded to three days in 2020. Mark your calendars because the festival is set to return to the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez for another jaw-dropping edition on February 28 – March 1.

Related: Relive some magical moments from EDC Mexico 2019 with these live sets!

While we still don’t know the pricing on tickets, the lineup, and other crucial details for next year’s edition, if the past is any indication of what’s to come then we’re already looking into making a trip. This year’s edition featured some of the best artists in dance music like Alesso, Kygo, RL Grime, What So Not, and more, so we expect them to bring major to the stage in 2020 as well.

Check out the announcement video below and stay tuned for information regarding ticket pricing, hotel and travel packages, who will be playing this year and more.

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