Other Awesome Events on the Weekend of EDC Orlando
Written by VIVA Staff
So you've downloaded the Launchtrip app and booked a hotel room in Orlando, all with the intention of attending the blockbuster EDC Orlando festival on the weekend of November 12-14. You're going to have a lot of fun and, if you use the restaurant feature on the Launchtrip app, eat some really delicious food too.
But what should you do when the festival is over? Chances are, you're staying in Orlando for a couple of days, which will leave you with some time to kill once the fun has concluded on the 14.
VIVA has you covered. Here are a few more events that are going down around the weekend of November 12-14, any of which are worth checking out when you're not busy with the festival.
Whitney Cummings in Concert
Who doesn't love a good bit of standup comedy? That's just what you'll get when the hilarious Whitney Cummings takes the stage at Hard Rock Live in Orlando on November 13. Tickets for this show are still available, but they're going fast. Get yours here.
Orlando Magic vs. Washington Wizards
If you're a sports fan, look no further than the Orlando Magic's November 13 home game against the visiting Washington Wizards. It goes down at the famous Amway Center on W. Church Street. Find tickets right here.
Maitland Rotary Art Festival
If you're an art lover, head on over to Lake Lily Park in nearby Maitland, Florida, just a short drive north of Orlando, for the awesome, art-filled Maitland Rotary Art Festival. Learn more about this vibrant event, which is making its 45th annual return, by clicking here.
Fall Family Festival
If you're bringing your family to Orlando, we recommend checking out the city's Fall Family Festival, which goes down on the weekend of November 12-14. The festival will feature music, craft beer, rides, and lots more. Learn more about what's on tap here.
Cybertronic Spree in Concert
If you feel like skipping the last day of EDC Orlando, but you haven't quite had your fill of live music, head over to The Abbey to witness Cybertronic Spree in action. If you're not familiar with the band, they're known for their loud, whimsical shows—which happen to feature full-sized Transformers-inspired robots. Learn more here.