What So Not is about to go in at EDC, stream it live now

What So Not is about to go in at EDC, stream it live now

Sets by JAUZ, Alison Wonderland, A-Trak, What So Not and heaps more across three days.

Header image by @Reachyasi

A staple in every EDM fan’s festival calendar, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas (EDC Las Vegas) has kicked off this weekend and naturally, FOMO levels are at an all-time high. Luckily, for all your punters playing from home, this year Insomniac Events has announced the return of the festival’s live stream – to be hosted on YouTube, Facebook LIVE, Insomniac.com and a bunch of other outlets. Obviously not everyone on the festival’s endless line-up is being streamed, but there’s a couple of goodies in there, with acts like Alison Wonderland, What So Not, Anna Lunoe and Hermitude flying the Australian flag amongst other acts like A-Trak, Jauz, Knife Party and Marshmello. Stream the festival via YouTube and see the list of artists scheduled to appear on the stream (in alphabetical order) below - aussies highlighted in bold.

Sunday, June 19

Alison Wonderland
Aly & Fila
Armanni Reign
Astrix B2B Ace Ventura
Brookes Brothers B2B Cyantific B2B Inside Info B2B The Prototypes
Brillz
Carnage
Danny Howard
Dimension B2B Culture Shock B2B Delta Heavy
Doctor P B2B Cookie Monsta B2B Funtcase
Ferry Corsten Presents Gouryella
Gaia
Galantis
Gareth Emery
Hannah Wants
Hermitude
John Askew
Joyryde
Kasra B2B Mefjus
Loudpvck
Markus Schulz
Marshmello
Maximono
Paul Oakenfold
RL Grime
Tiësto
Troyboi
Valentino Khan
What So Not
Yellow Claw

You can also watch the festival via EDC's Facebook HERE

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