Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) 9th Annual Hits Orlando


Under the Electric Sky, we come together to celebrate life, love, art, and music. From the stages and the sound to the pyrotechnics and the performers, so many unique elements go into bringing this world to life. We invite you to wander, explore, interact, and connect. Imagination and positive energy are the currency of this place.  Check out the Images from the show.


Enter a world of three-dimensional superstructures, colorful, glow-in-the-dark environments, and all manner of LED-infused flora and fauna. A vital part of the experience, the interactive art installations scattered throughout EDC are bridges we construct between nature and technology, there to inspire all who come in contact with them.


What’s a carnival without rides? EDC’s landscape is an oversize playground with all your favorite full-size thrills. From relaxing to exhilarating, you’ll enjoy EDC from a whole new perspective!


We groove to the same universal beat and, together, create beautiful experiences that will never be forgotten.


Meet our merry bands of Funkdafied Freaks—the dancers, stilters, aerialists, circus performers, and other whimsical characters of EDC! Decked out in over-the-top costumes crafted specially for Insomniac, this motley crew will enchant you, astound you, and play with you all night long.


In this place, we affirm that we are kindred spirits bound by deep passion—not only for the music we love, but for the community that surrounds it. That community is why we are here. You are the heart of EDC. YOU are the Headliner.


In the first eight years of its existence, EDC Orlando was presented in a two-day festival format and the 2018 edition had an economic impact of $33.9 million. With EDC Orlando expanding to a three-day format for the first time in 2019, the projected economic impact has surged to $50.8 million. EDC Orlando celebrates its 10th year of curating eye-popping lineups and all-out stage production when it returns to Tinker Field in 2020 (Nov. 13-15).

Orlando Venues wraps up the year with Amway Center concerts by Sara Bareilles (Nov. 24), Ariana Grande (Nov. 25), Trans-Siberian Orchestra (Dec. 14 – 2 shows), Cirque Musica presents Holiday Wishes (Dec. 17) and Anuel AA (Dec. 19). College football gets underway at Camping World Stadium with the annual Florida Blue Florida Classic – FAMU vs. B-CU (Nov. 23) and the Camping World Bowl – ACC vs. Big 12 (Dec. 28). The new year brings larger-than-life entertainment to the arena including Jurassic World Live Tour (Jan. 17-20, 2020 – 7 shows), Jason Aldean (Jan. 31, 2020), Gabriel Iglesias (Feb. 20, 2020), Marc Anthony (Mar. 8, 2020), Billie Eilish (Mar. 10, 2020), Niall Horan (Apr. 25, 2020), Lauren Daigle (May 8, 2020), Elton John (May 28, 2020) and Camila Cabello (Sept. 25, 2020). Camping World Stadium kicks off 2020 with its annual Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1, 2020), NFL Pro Bowl (Jan. 26, 2020) and a return of the Monster Jam World Finals XXI (May 2-3, 2020).


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