When summer is over, the door closes on music festivals, right? Wrong. Festivals aren’t a seasonal fling. They’re a way of life, and Electric Daisy Carnival keeps the beat blasting all year long. November is the time when cold creeps in, but not in Florida, and this year’s EDC Orlando lineup is sure to warm your heart and your dancing feet.
More than fifty DJs are on the two-day bill. Headliners include Tiesto at sunset, Bassnectar, Dillon Francis, Alison Wonderland and more. There’s a special first-ever three-way back-to-back from Jersey’s 4B, Florida’s GTA and LA’s Valentino Khan. Fans can also enjoy curated-stages from label masters Nicole Moudaber and Jaime Jones, featuring b2bs between Moudaber and Paco Osuna, and Jamie Jones with the Martinez Brothers, respectively.
EDC Orlando returns to Tinker Field on November 9 & 10, 2018. Join for two sun-filled days of good vibes, immersive art, beautifully costumed performers, full-size carnival rides, and the best beats around to dazzle your ears and move your feet.
- Arrive at the gates by noon. The festival ends at midnight.
- Expect DJs to bring out special guests on stage.
- Hotels generally provide shuttles to the festival.
- Look out for pickpockets – phones and wallets get taken every year.
- If you bring gum, deodorant, etc. inside, make sure it’s sealed, or they won’t let you take it in.
- Stay hydrated! Bring a Camelback if possible.
Where is EDC Orlando located?
EDC Orlando is located at Tinker Field at South Tampa Ave.
How long will I have to wait at EDC Orlando?
Expect to wait up to two hours at the GA gates, depending on when you arrive.
When is EDC Orlando?
EDC Orlando is on November 9 & 10.
What is the dress code at EDC Orlando?
Wear anything you’re comfortable in! It can definitely get hot and lots of people go all out and dress up in rave gear. Expect to be on your feet all day.
What kind of music do they play at EDC Orlando?
EDC Orlando features different types of EDM.