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After announcing earlier this month that the festival would expand to three days in 2020, yesterday Pasquale returned with even more exciting EDC Mexico updates!


August has been a huge month for EDC Mexico fans. Earlier this month, Pasquale Rotella took to social media to announce that the already massive festival would be expanding to three days in 2020. Set to take place from Friday, February 28 through Sunday, March 1, 2020, EDC Mexico will return to Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez for another epic edition of the festival.

Even without the expansion, EDC Mexico reigns as the largest music festival in the country and broke records last year as Insomniac’s second most-attended event – with only EDC Las Vegas reigning supreme. Yesterday, Insomniac and OCESA teamed up to announce even more exciting details about the seventh edition of the fest, including new features, more art installations, and even bigger stages.

Along with an expanded neonGARDEN layout – meaning more space for shuffling – and a brand-new circuitGROUNDS design, EDC Mexico 2020 will also boast the largest kineticFIELD to ever grace the festival. Although the lineup still hasn’t been released, last year’s billing featured stars like Kygo, RL Grime, and Skrillex, so we’re not too worried.

Those already planning on making the trip will be able to begin purchasing tickets as early as Monday, September 9, during the exclusive Citibanamex Cardholders Early Bird pre-sale. Pre-sale ends Wednesday, September 11 and general on-sale begins Thursday, Septemer 12.

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

Headliners will have the option of purchasing Three-Day General Admission Early Bird passes, available for 1,950 pesos. Three-Day Early Bird Comfort passes, which include private bathrooms, expedited festival entry lines, exclusive bars, and more, available for 2,925 pesos. Three-day Early Bird Citibanamex Plus (VIP) passes, which include all of the Comfort pass amenities in addition to high-rise viewing areas, charging areas, free WIFI, and more, available for 3,900 pesos.

EDC Mexico may not be until next February, but we’re already getting excited. Stay posted regarding future updates about the festival, including which artists will be heading to Mexico in 2020.

Who do you hope to see on next year’s lineup? Let us know in the comments!

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Sydney attributes her love for music from her mom, who insisted on playing The Foo Fighters and The White Stripes rather than Kiss FM whenever she drove carpool and agreed to allow Sydney to attend Coachella in the eighth grade as long as she could go with her. That first festival only greater affirmed Sydney’s passion for the scene, but it was not until 2013 when she attended Swedish House Mafia’s One Last Tour concert in Los Angeles that she discovered electronic music. She was hooked instantly and has since attended a total of 23 festivals, with countless concerts in between. Sydney’s favorite artists include RL Grime, Jauz, Jai Wolf, Louis The Child, Slander, Bearson and Big Gigantic but she is constantly on the look out for new music and artists to dance to. When she’s not scouring the internet for new tracks or grooving at a concert, Sydney studies Journalism and Biology full-time at the University of Oregon.

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