Insomniac parties: More than 100 DJs at 60-plus events

Insomniac, the production company behind North America’s largest dance music festival the Electric Daisy Carnival, this morning revealed the final phase of parties taking over the Las Vegas Strip during 2017 EDC Week from June 12-19.

Leading up to EDC Las Vegas, more than 100 DJs and producers will perform across more than 60 events at the best dayclubs, pool parties and nightclubs the Entertainment Capital of the World has to offer.

EDC Week phase three events:

Thursday, June 15

Bingo Players, Jonas Blue, Grandtheft and Henry Fong: Drai’s Beach Club atop The Cromwell

DJ Esco: Drai’s Nightclub

Electric BBQ featuring The Magician and Solardo: Daylight Beach Club at Mandalay Bay

Friday, June 16

Rufus du Sol, MK, Cut Snake, Cassian, Dena Amy and special guest: Drai’s Beach Club

Boys Noize: Rehab Beach Club at The Hard Rock Hotel

Schoolboy Q: Drai’s Nightclub

Steve Powers: Light at Mandalay Bay

Saturday, June 17

Jamie Jones and Green Velvet: Daylight

Morgan Page: Light

Rae Sremmurd: Drai’s Nightclub

Zeds Dead, Louis The Child and Troy Boi: Drai’s Beach Club

Sunday, June 18

Adventure Club, Audien and Valentino Khan: Drai’s Beach Club

Audiotistic Pool Party featuring KD, Madeon, Seven Lions and Trippy Turtle: Rehab

DJ Franzen: Drai’s Nightclub

Flume: Daylight

See the full list of EDC Week events and purchase tickets at EDCWeek.com.

During EDC Week, Las Vegas Motor Speedway will be illuminated Under the Electric Sky for the 21st Annual EDC from June 16-18. As the desert sun sets, 400,000 dance music fans will enter into a three-day celebration of culture promoting love, acceptance and self-expression.

Attendees will see a world of carnival rides wrapped in neon, innovative stage designs, interactive art installations, towering speakers with booming bass, roaming Art Cars, pyrotechnics and more. The official 2017 EDC Las Vegas lineup will be announced soon.

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