Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella confirmed the news in a triumphant Instagram post.
The proposal notes that EDC Las Vegas is a "non-seated outdoor event" and "will not rely on social distancing as its method for health safety."
In a new announcement, Pasquale Rotella said EDC Las Vegas 2021 is hinging on the approval of Nevada state officials.
The Insomniac founder also promised a more comprehensive update "soon."
In a post announcing Insomniac's new Florida event, "Abduction 2021," Rotella shared an update on two of his company's biggest events.
Attendees and organizers will be celebrating 25 years of EDC at the European event next year.
EDC is celebrating a major milestone next summer.
The San Bernardino festival is set to return in September 2021.
Amid a year of festival cancellations due to the impact of COVID-19, Insomniac is planning to bounce back in 2021.
Nocturnal Wonderland, Escape Psycho Circus, EDC Orlando, and Dreamstate SoCal have been tabled.
EDC Las Vegas is the latest major festival brand to bite the bullet due to the impact of COVID-19.
Another tragic day for the live event industry.
In addition to sharing the number of attendees, Pasquale Rotella hinted that future virtual events are in the works.
Insomniac has followed the lead of other promoters and issued a statement that reflects the uncertainties of our time.
Pasquale Rotella has said that his team will implement new safety protocols at the 2020 edition of EDC Las Vegas.
EDC Las Vegas' lineup drop is right around the corner.
2020 is the year for mindfulness.
Standard shuttle passes go on sale tomorrow, Feb. 13th at 12:00 PM PST.
2020 is shaping up to be quite a year for Insomniac.
Due to the removal of hundreds of RV hookups, EDC Las Vegas 2020 will have additional room around the neonGARDEN, quantumVALLEY, and more.
Pasquale Rotella teased the return of Insomniac's medieval-themed festival on Instagram.
This week, Insomniac Founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella will reveal the EDC Orlando headliners via a "Music Through Music" mix.
Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella took it back to the old school in a recent Forbes interview.