Here’s the full lineup for Electric Daisy Carnival 2016

The lineup for the 2016 edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, which is slated to take place June 17 through 19, has been revealed. Although event promoter Insomniac issued official word this morning, really it only serves as confirmation for savvy dance music fans who by now have undoubtedly already sussed out the full lineup, after poring over the custom-curated mix offered up by Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella on Friday during Insomniac’s radio broadcast.

“A lot of hard work has gone into this,” Rotella told SiriusXM listeners tuning into the segment, which has since been posted on SoundCloud. “Now it’s time for the EDC Las Vegas lineup. I’m going to give you this information in a creative way. There’s no better way to deliver you your musical experience to EDC Las Vegas than to just play it for you.

“I’m going to give you a moment to get a paper and pen, because you’re going to have to write down the music that you recognize. So make sure you’re listening closely and have that pen out, have your phone out, take notes. Two-hundred-fifteen artists are going to be announced here on Night Owl Radio. This is 99 percent of the lineup for you here in a musical format. Shazam might work on some tracks; might not work for others. It’s going to take some work, but this is the lineup for 2016.”

With that, Rotella went on to allude to the acts on this year’s lineup, sharing a mix that stitched together snippets of songs by the individual artists playing each stage, starting off with “My My My” by Armand Van Helden, who’s due at Upside Down House, one of two intimate stages at EDC. One of eight stages at this year’s festival, the stage, which will cater to “thick basslines and bumping house,” according to Rotella, will feature a number of new acts signed to the Insomniac imprint.

As with past versions of the festival, which moved to Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2011 from the Los Angeles Coliseum, all of the stages will feature new adornments and revisions, including an expanded 50-foot ceiling and oversized mirror ball at the Neon Garden stage, Cosmic Meadow, which has been redesigned, and the Circuit Grounds, which will purportedly be three times bigger than last year’s arena setup and have a 360-degree stage.

Nearly a half-million fans reportedly attended the annual dance music festival last year over the course of three days, and according to figures compiled by independent research firm Beacon Economics LLC and released by the promoter this past February, the event has meant an infusion of $1.3 billion into the economy since 2011.

The full lineup, which is listed below, features a healthy mixture of seasoned icons, emerging acts and massive headliners, including Eric Prydz, Seven Lions, Jauz, DJ Snake, Dada Life, Above & Beyond, the Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Flux Pavilion, Knife Party, 12th Planet and a host of other artists. Tickets for the 20th-anniversary edition of EDC are on sale now at lasvegas.electricdaisycarnival.com.

Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas

June 19-21 – Las Vegas Motor Speedway

12th Planet

219 Boys

4B

50 Carrot b2b Coffi b2b Soloman

A-Trak

Above & Beyond

Ace Ventura

Adam Beyer presents Drumcode

Adaro

Adrenalize

Adventure Club

Afrojack

Alan Fitzpatrick

Alesso

Alison Wonderland

Aly & Fila

Amtrac

Andy C

Anevo

Angerfist

Anna Lunoe

Armand Van Helden

Armanni Reign

Armin van Buuren

Aryay

Astrix

Astronomar

Audio b2b Teddy Killerz

Audiofreq

Audiotistic Stage

Audiotricz

AWE

Axwell Λ Ingrosso

Bad Boy Bill

Bad Company UK

Baggi

Bart Skils

Basscon

Bassrush Experience

Baumer

Ben Nicky

Billy Kenny

Bioweapon

BONES

Bot

Botnek

Brad Moontribe

Brennan Heart

Brennen Grey

Brian Seed (DJ Brian)

Brillz

Bro Safari

Brookes Brothers

Carnage

Caspa b2b Rusko

Chadwick

Chris Lake

Chris Liebing

Chris Lorenzo

Code Black

Cookie Monsta

Coone

Coyote Kisses

Craig WIlliams

Crisis Era

Crizzly

Culture Shock

Cyantific

D-Block & S-te-fan

Da Tweekaz

Dada Life

Danny Howard

Darksiderz

Darren Styles

Dash Berlin

Datsik

dela Moontribe

Delta Heavy

Dem Ham Boyz

Deorro

Derrick May

Des McMahon

Digital Punk

Dimension

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

Discovery Project

DJ Dan

DJ Isaac

DJ Snake

DJ Trance

Doc Martin

Doctor P

Don Diablo

Dreamstate Presents

Dr. Fresch

Duke Dumont

Dusky

El Dusty

Ephwurd

Eptic b2b Must Die!

Eric Prydz

Etnik

Excision

Fallen

Ferry Corsten presents Gouryella

Fester

Filthy Gorgeous

Flux Pavilion

Frankee b2b Loadstar

Frankie Bones

FuntCase

Fury

Gaia

Galantis

Gammer

Gareth Emery

Giraffage

Gladiator

Go Freek

GTA

Gunz For Hire

Habstrakt

Habu

Hannah Wants

Hardwell

Hermitude

Hot Since 82

Hotel Garuda

InsideInfo

J.Phlip

Jason Bentley

Jauz

John Askew

John Kelley

John O’Callaghan

Jordan Suckley

Joyryde

JSTJR

Juan Atkins

Julia Govor

Julian Jordan

Kaskade

Kasra

KDrew

Knife Party

KRNE

KSHMR

Kutski

Lady Faith

Landis LaPace

Lane 8

Leiel

Lenny Dee

Lione

LNY TNZ

Loco Dice

LondonBridge

Lookas

Loudpvck

LUMBERJVCK

Machete & Friends

MAKJ

Mark Farina

Markus Schulz

Marshmello

Martin Garrix

Martin Solveig

Matrix & Futurebound

Matt Black

Max Enforcer

Maximono

Maya Jane Coles

MC Dino

Mefjus

Mekanikal

Mercer

Michael Calfan

Mike Williams

Morten

My Digital Enemy

NGHTMRE

Nicole Moudaber

Nightstalker

Oliver Heldens

Ookay

Pan-Pot

Paper Diamond

Party Favor

Paul Oakenfold

Paul Ritch (Live)

Paul van Dyk

Pendulum (DJ Set) w/ MC Verse

Pierce Fulton

Pilo

Protohype

Radical Redemption

Ran-D

Ravell

Redlight

Rell The Soundbender

Richie Hawtin

RL Grime

Rob Gee

Ron D Core

Sacha Robotti

SAYMYNAME

Seven Lions

Shaun Frank

Shiba San

Slander

Sleepy Tom

Sluggers

Snails

SNBRN

Sonny Fodera

Stephanie

Steve Loria

Stööki Sound

Suspect 44

Sylence

Taiki Nulight

Technoboy

The Chainsmokers

The Magician

The Prototypes

Thee-O

Throttle

Tiësto

TJR

TNT

Tom & Collins

Tommy Trash

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ Set) b2b Jonas Rathsman

TrollPhace b2b P0gman

TroyBoi

Tuneboy

Two Fresh

Tycho DJ Set

UMEK

Valentino Khan

W&W

Walker & Royce

Wasted Penguinz

What So Not

Wuki

Yellow Claw

Zander

Zedd

Zomboy

Read more from Dave Herrera at reviewjournal.com/music. Contact him directly at dherrera@reviewjournal.com or follow @rjmusicdh on Twitter.

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