EDC Orlando is Making a Comeback this November
Written by VIVA Staff
Electric Daisy Carnival, one of the biggest festivals in electronic music today, is returning to Orlando this November.
Like many events, EDC Orlando was unfortunately canceled due to the pandemic in 2020. Thanks to the loosening of COVID-19-related restrictions, however, this epic and vibrant event is on track for 2021.
EDC Orlando 2021 will go down on November 12-14. As in previous years, the event will emanate from Tinker Field, at 287 S Tampa Ave, just off State Road 408.
This year's lineup is absolutely jam-packed with DJs and artists from all over the world. Highlights include massive names like Armin van Buuren, Afrojack b2b R3HAB, Kaskade, Excision, Kygo, Seven Lions, Paul Van Dyk, ZEDD, Alan Walker and ANNA.
While the EDC Orlando 2021 lineup is likely to leave fans' jaws on the floor, that's not all this event has to offer. As in previous years, the festival will feature carnival rides, some amazing non-musical performances, plenty of incredible art installations, and of course, more delicious food and beverages than you could possibly hope to consume in a three-day span.
EDC Orlando 2021 tickets range from $99 for a no frills, one-day pass to $399 for a three-day VIP pass. You can purchase tickets here, but be warned: they're flying off the shelves. Lockers are also available for festival-goers. Lockers are equipped with a universal phone charger, which makes them a great way to keep your gear safe and your phone charged.
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