At the end of last year, Insomniac announced plans to debut the inaugural edition of EDC Korea. The newest addition to the EDC brand will take place in Seoul, South Korea Saturday, August 31st through Sunday, September 1st.
Headliners will congregate under the electric sky at Seoulland, a theme park that opened in 1988. Over 30 of dance music's finest artists will take the stage amongst 11 carnival rides, lights galore, and the iconic art installations fans have grown to know synonymous with Insomniac productions.
Insomniac Founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella released in a statement saying “Right now, there’s an energy around dance music in South Korea that inspires us to bring EDC there." He continued, "We have a great venue, an amazing partner, and most importantly, a community that is embracing dance culture in an exciting way,”
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The flagship Electric Daisy Carnival festival takes place every year at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Since it's inception in Los Angeles, the brand has expanded globally to include stops in Mexico, Brazil, United Kingdom, India, China, and Japan. Those headliners stateside can also rave it up in Orlando, Florida.
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