Electric Daisy Carnival Mexico starts today, and dance music fans having FOMO can turn to the next best thing: the live stream. Insomniac‘s live stream arm, InsomniacTV, has announced the official broadcast so fans “don’t miss a second.”
“Catch your favorite artists on kineticFIELD, wasteLAND + more!” InsomniacTV shared on social media on Thursday along with the link. The live stream starts at 2 p.m. PT on February 25 and will also cover Saturday and Sunday of the three-day festival.
Insomniac first began live streaming EDC Mexico in 2019, when it was still a two-day event. This year, Insomniac Radio will also be broadcasting live performances on Friday from 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. PT and Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. PT.
EDC Mexico returns to AutÃ³dromo Hermanos RodrÃguez for its eighth edition in Mexico City. The festival has six stages: kineticFIELD, circuitGROUNDS, neonGARDEN, wasteLAND, stereoBLOOM and the Dos Equis Stage. That’s three stages fewer than Insomniac’s flagship EDC Las Vegas. EDC Mexico has grown over the years just as has EDC Orlando, which actually has one fewer stage.
“I canât wait to be back in a beautiful city where the love and appreciation for rave culture is so prevalent,” Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella wrote on Thursday. “Itâs been two years too long and Iâm so happy to be on my way!”
Insomniac dropped the stacked lineup for EDC Mexico in the fall. Friday includes Afrojack, Carl Cox, Deadmau5 and his alter ego Testpilot, DJ Snake, Seven Lions and Vintage Culture. Saturday has Alan Walker, The Chainsmokers, Deborah De Luca, Fisher and Lost Frequencies. Sunday headliners include Alesso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Rezz, Timmy Trumpet and Zedd.
EDC has been offering some special and unusual sets, and Mexico is no exception. Techno fans will get to see Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber b3b Paco Osuna on Friday. Sunday offers a Claptone sunset set at kineticFIELD and Saymyname will play a hardstyle set.
Watch the EDC Mexico live stream all weekend on InsomniacTV here.