Orlando's Electric Daisy Carnival just announced full lineup of more than 100 artists

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PHOTO VIA ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL
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In a bizarrely big announcement today, Electric Daisy Carnival announced the full lineup of this year's expanded, three-day spectacular at Tinker Field.

Taking place Nov. 8-10, the fest grounds will be bigger, too – 20 acres – to accommodate more music and art, including large installations and rides.



The musical lineup includes Alison Wonderland, Rezz, Charlotte De Witte,
Deadmau5, Diplo, Loco Dice, Mstrkrft, Fisher, DJ Snake, Nora En Pure, Kaskade, Zhu, Yellow Claw, Steve Aoki and many more.

The carnival will also host takeovers by Adam Beyer, trance collective VII Crew, Green Velvet, Dreamstate and Basscon, with new additions expected before November.



Tickets for EDC Orlando 2019, which seeks to "create unforgettable experiences driven by imagination and positivity," are on sale now.
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