Artists like David Guetta, Eli Brown, John Summit, Armin van Buuren, Lady Faith, Da Tweekaz, Kaytranada, and more are set to play EDC Mexico 2024.
While most of the experiences from the minds of Insomniac happen on US soil, there’s been something special brewing in Mexico over the past decade. It was in 2014 that the first edition of EDC Mexico took place in partnership with OCESA. Since then, the festival has become one of the most attended, with over 100,000 ravers making their way to Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez to experience its magic annually.
This year will be the biggest and brightest edition of EDC Mexico yet, and tonight, they dropped their lineup that packs quite a punch. Past years have seen this festival host some of the world’s most beloved artists, rising stars, and local talent, and 2024 will be no different when the festival kicks into gear on February 23-25. Immediate standouts on the lineup include the likes of David Guetta, Infected Mushroom, Steve Aoki, Yellow Claw, Zedd, Vintage Culture, Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren, Kaytranada, Maceo Plex, and CamelPhat, but there’s so much to explore.
Want to get lost in a melodic state of mind? Have no fear because EDC Mexico is bringing plenty of artists from the trance and melodic techno realm. Artists like Andrew Rayel, Enamour, ARTBAT, Aly & Fila, Maddix, Billy Gillies, John 00 Fleming, Rinaly, Township Rebellion, and Will Atkinson, among others, will sweep you off your feet and put you in a different state of mind.
There will be plenty of house and techno for those wanting to shuffle their way deep into the night. John Summit, Eli Brown, Cloonee, Rebolledo, Chris Lorenzo, Ben Sterling, Layla Benitez, Sara Landry, Richie Hawtin, Dombresky, and Hot Since 82 are just a taste of what’s in store, along with projects like Tchami and Malaa’s No Redemption and Carlita and DJ Tennis’ Astra Club.
Those who want a touch of bass won’t want to miss out on artists like Black Tiger Sex Machine, Rusko, ATLiens, and Virtual Riot, while the sounds of artists like Knock2 and ISOxo will surely blow everyone away. Additionally, hard dance is getting some representation at EDC Mexico with artists like Lady Faith, Lil Texas, Sub Zero Project, Da Tweekaz, and more set to play.