Electric Daisy 2013: Full Festival Lineup and Live Stream

On Friday, Electric Daisy Carnival kicks off in Las Vegas, Nevada and lasts until June 23. The festival is bound to be one of the hottest of the summer ... literally, as temperatures are expected to reach 100 degrees throughout the weekend. Performers will grace all eight stages of the arena, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, from dawn until dusk.

Concert Officials reported that all available tickets — a whopping 345,000 — were sold out, and 115,000 electric dance music fans are expected to show up each day, reported the Huffington Post. Headliners Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Avicii, Tiesto, Hardwell, Eric Prydz, Sander van Doorn, and Calvin Harris are some of the biggest names in EDM. Offering entertainment beyond the stages' electronic music and bright lights, the festival also features a fireworks show and a huge Ferris wheel. 

Previously set in Los Angeles, EDC moved its annual spot to Las Vegas in 2010 after a 15-year-old girl died and 114 people were arrested for drug possession and other charges of misconduct. Last year, two attendees died in Vegas, according to Rolling Stone magazine, but the festival is still on. 

You can find the full Electric Daisy Lineup bellow, and if you aren't attending you can check out our livestream of the festival.  

Friday June 21:

Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Porter Robinson, Nicky Romero, Borgore, Dada Life, Knife Party, ATB, Credric Gervais, Dyro Dannic, Proxy, Booka Shade, The Bloody Beetroots Live, Boys Noize, Fake Blood, Alvin Risk, Jacques Lu Cont, Alex Metric, Manufactured Superstars, Arty, Tommy Trash, Madeon, Gareth Emery, Thomas Gold, Dirty South, R3hab, Bassjackers, Adrian Lux, Matador, Paco Osuna, Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Victor Calderone, Hobo, Ean Golden, Luminox, Figure, DJ Fresh, Datsik, Flosstradamus, Sub Focus, Bro Safari, UZ, Koan Sound, Just Blaze, Dub Phizix, Etc! Etc!, Crisis Era, Blutonium Box, A-Lusion, The Pitcher, Tuneboy, Darksiderz, Alex Kid, Bryan Kearney, Stana, Delirium, David Hiller, Monkey Freakz, Singularity, Party Ghost, PsoGnar, IndO, The Beat Kidz, Flasko Daniels, Modus, T-Wrecks, Brainchild, Black 22s, Ruff Houser, Inphinity, Beat Bos, Animale, Bisharat, January Black, Sweet & Low 

Saturday June 22:

Hardwell, Tiesto, Avicii, Eric Prydz, Sander Van Doorn, Major Lazer, Carl Cox, Bingo Players, Markus Schulz, Fatboy Slim, Benny Benassi, A-Trak, Empire of the Sun, Headhunterz, Zeds Dead, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tritonal, Audien, Claude VonStroke, Dog Blood, Tiga, Destructo, Oliver, Tommie Sunshine, Wolfgang Gartner, Cosmic Gate, Morgan Page, Mat Zo, Rececca & Fiona, Super8 and Tab, DAVID STEVEN, Yousef, Adam Beyer, John Digweed, Dubfire, Green Velvet, Jon Rundell, Nadastrom, Dirtyphonics Live, Dillon Francis, Baauer, 12th Planet, Funtcase vs Cookie Monsta, Camo & Krooked, Carnage, Foreign Beggars, Mt Eden live, Terravita, Metrik, Caffeine, Darren Styles, Zany, Technoboy, Lady Faith, YOJI, A*S*Y*S, Lisa Lashes, Mitchell Claxton, FUNK EFECT, Castar Troy, City 17, Rhythmics, Krzytof Chochlow, SirensCeol, Next Order, AndDrop! TOER, ZYA.

Sunday June 23:

Steve Angello, Calvin Harris, Above & Beyond, Carl Cox, Laidback Luke, Krewella, Fedde Le Grand, Nervo, Dash Berlin, Night Owl Experience, Richie Hawtin, Umek, Mark Knight, Alex Sibley & Eelrack, Altern8, Justin Martin, Rusko, Knife Party, Kill the Noise, Jack Beats, Araabmuzik, Craze, Mumbai Science, Cazzette, Ferry Corsten, An21 & Max Vangeli, La Roux, Clockwork, Julian Jordan, Jamie Jones, Sasha, Art Department, Damian Lazarus, Pete Tong, Infinity Ink, Subb-An, Francesca Lombardo, Delta Heavy, Ed Rush & Optical, Doctor P, Andy C + Armanni Reign, Noisia, Crizzly, Loadstar, Wilkinson, Culture Shock, DJ Hype, Rene LaVice, Venom, T’N’T, Headhunterz, Isaac, D-Block & S-Te-Fanm Organ Donors, Scot Project, Simon Patterson, Indecent Noise, Audio Punk, FREE DRINKZ, SAYMYNAME!, Wordy, Soulspeak, MAKO, POSSO, Von Don, Falcon, DJ Denise, Cappa Regime, Fabian Campos, Jaceo, Alex Sibley, Eelrack, Joaquin Bamaca, Brett Rubin, Anthony Cardinale, Nick G, Orville Kline.


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