Orlando's Electric Daisy Carnival will expand to 3 days this year

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Plan another outfit and buy some extra glitter because for the first time in eight years, the Electric Daisy Carnival in Orlando is going to be three days long.

News broke out when billboards announcing the music festival started popping up in Miami with the dates "November 8+9+10" posted. The expanded dates were later confirmed in a Facebook post from Pasquale Rotella, founder of Insomniac, the company that organizes EDC.



"I'm excited to announce that Electric Daisy Carnival – EDC Orlando 2019 is expanding from 2 to 3 DAYS this year," Rotella wrote. "Yup, it's official. For 8 years we've been building something magical and now we'll be going all weekend long with MORE stages, MORE artists, LARGER production, and a BIGGER festival footprint! Also, gotta thank all our East Coast Headliners that showed up to make EDC Orlando so amazing last year. Get ready to go BIG!! #3DAYS NOV 8 + 9 + 10."


Tickets and headliners haven't been announced yet, so keep checking EDC Orlando's Facebook for more details.



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