Insomniac Releases Ticket Info for EDC Orlando 2021

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After selling out of presale passes for the 2021 edition, Insomniac has unveiled the general ticket on-sale dates for EDC Orlando.

Since first touching down in Orlando a decade ago, Insomniac has crafted up one of the most sensational experiences with their edition of Electric Daisy Carnival in the Sunshine State. Like many other festivals, the plans for the 2020 edition of EDC Orlando were dashed due to the pandemic as it looked to carry on with the expansion that the prior edition brought with it. Instead, Pasquale Rotella and Insomniac looked to greener pastures in the fall of 2021 for their return.

Set to take place on November 12-14, EDC Orlando quickly sold out of presale passes on the cusp of the new year. While limited details have surfaced for the upcoming edition, Insomniac has dropped the dates for the general ticket sale for fans to mark on their calendars. If you missed out on the presale then you’re in luck because on Thursday, April 1, all ticket types will become available for a second round.

Related: Looking for a taste of what EDC Orlando is like? Check out our review from the 2019 edition to see how truly special this festival is!

GA passes begin at $179.99 (+tax & fees) with GA+ passes at $259.99 (+tax & fees) and VIP passes at $379.99 (+tax & fees). Layaway plans will also be available for those looking to spread costs with Insomniac introducing a $0 deposit plan for the first time ever on the sale day itself.

Stay tuned for the artists who will be taking the stage at the festival, and more details as we dive deeper into the final months of 2020 and beyond. Will you be making your way to Orlando to experience some fun in the sun with the Insomniac crew? Let us know in the comments!

All ticket types for EDC Orlando 2021 will be available on Thursday, April 1 at 12pm ET via Front Gate Tickets.

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