EDC is back and louder than ever. This year, get ready for EDC Las Vegas all week long with many DJs performing during EDC Week. From Adam Beyer to Zedd, the lineup aims to electrify.
DJs Performing during EDC Week 2019
Across the Vegas valley, from clubs to venues, the following are all the artists, DJs, and beats to look forward to this May. The following DJs are organized by genre.
Techno and Electronic DJs
(These Techno and Electronic DJs bring the different stylings of dance and synthpop.)
Adam Beyer & Cirez D
Exclusively at the Downtown Las Vegas Event Center, the venue will host international DJ and techno producer, Adam Beyer alongside the popular Swedish DJ, Cirez D. The Downtown Las Vegas venue is the perfect playground for electronic enthusiasts. Factory 93 Presents Adam Beyer and Cirez D will feature Thursday, May 16th, to kickoff EDC weekend.
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A mixer since his teens, the Netherlands-born DJ crafts gripping synths and remixes comparable to their originals. EDM enthusiasists can drink in the addictive riffs at the Encore Beach Club.
The Chainsmokers’s rise to popularity with the cheeky yet poignantly clever “#Selfie.” Their career only bloomed in 2015 with their EP release Bouquet, which further introduced their indie-esque undertones and brightly peppered chords and drops. The pair still makes time to entertain locals and tourists at exclusive shows along the Strip.
Having partnered with Skrillex on Justin Bieber’s “Where Are U Now?”, Diplo is no stranger to main stage fame. He also crosses from mainstream to the more obscure sub-genres, creating mixes from hip hop to electro house.
Dillon Francis finds himself among the EDM echelon for his “Get Low.” The electronic musician has also made a temporary home among the Vegas nightclubs, including Intrigue and Encore.
A dutch DJ who distorts his voice for his tracks, Don Diablo is currently touring nationwide and will be back in Vegas in time for the electronic festival in May.
With the chart-topping electronic clout, Duke Dumont is the headlining hit at the DAYLIGHT Beach Club here in Las Vegas.
German Disc Jockey recently released the single “Bad Days” and will be joining the already illustrious EDM lineup.
A holy trinity of electronic dance music, Major Lazer is comprised of the decorated DJs Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire.
With poppy hits like “Happier” and the more recent “Here with Me,” the masked DJ continues to grow his eminent rap sheet of electronic sensations.
The Dutch Disc Jockey has played at Hakkasan and alongside some of the best names in EDM, including Tiesto, David Guetta, and more.
Steve Aoki is a
Electronic DJs cont.
And the list continues with: Ookay, Vice, Party Favor, Salvatore Ganacci, and Sonny Fodera.
House Music DJs
(House Music is an umbrella term that includes Deep House and Progressive House and everything in between.)
Alesso has collaborated hit progressive house tracks with the likes of David Guetta and Hailee Steinfield. Crossing genre-lines, Alesso has composed upbeat pop sounds and anthems for the broken-hearted and The Lego Batman.
Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala make up this British musical duo, topping the US Dance Club chart last year with hit, Cola.
Music producer and DJ, Chris Lake drives deep house mixes with vocals and buzzing synths. His hits include “Turn off the Lights” featuring Alexis Roberts and “I Want You.”
Dirtybird Label Head and Dance music composer has become one of the most well-respected label owners and DJs in dance and house music.
The french producer and songwriter has often frequented Vegas for exclusive shows at the top nightclubs, including Wynn’s XS. Expect to see (and hear) him a lot leading up to EDC weekend.
Australian producer and DJ, Paul Fisher, otherwise known by his stage name, Fisher, has taken the EDM scene by storm with hits like, “I’m Losing It” & Ya Kidding.”
Although considered more Trap and Dupstep, this DJ made his way to fame through his rendition of Chainsmokers’s “Don’t Let Me Down.”
A rising force in the industry, the San Francisco-based DJ will bring “Rock The Party” and other similarly themed songs to EDC week. His debut album “The Wise and the Wicked” is an epic and symphonious tale of trap and dubstep.
Providing “Lessons in Love” and EDM, Ryan Raddon, more known by his stage name, Kaskade, was once voted America’s top DJ by DJ Times. Headlining at OMNIA and Hakassan nightclubs, Kaskade will be another prominent disc jockey you’ll not want to miss.
The twice nominated Norwegian DJ by iHeartRadio, Kygo will frequenting the likes and lights of XS and Encore clubs, both night and day.
Since Animals, Garret has throttled to stardom. Touted as one of the youngest headliners, Garrix’s latest tracks, like “No Sleep” featuring Bonn, promise a long career of box-office successes.
With the many inviting layers of “Be Sharp Say Nowt,” Topping has proven to be a promising talent and was once received an award for “Newcomer DJ,” paving his own way to EDM fame.
From Chapel Hill, NC, the seemingly unlikely EDM producer has made a name for himself in the Las Vegas nightclub scene. Nominated for a grammy, Robinson has also received numerous accreditation world-wide for his art.
Of unmatched fame and accreditation, Tiesto is one of the most sought after DJs in the world. Having remixed everything from today’s top 40s to classical violin concertos from the 1930s, everything this dutch DJ touches turns to platinum.
Aptly named because of his incorporation of jazz motifs and refrains, Timmy Trumpet travels nationally and internationally to showcase his set with live, subtle brassy undertones. Don’t let the name fool you; with songs like “Freaks,” Timmy Trumpet offers the heavy-hitting house music just like the big boys.
Abloh DJs and directs men’s wear fashion at Louis Vuitton and was once listed as one of Time’s most influential people in the world.
As a popular mainstream DJ who has partnered on tracks with Foxes and Alessia Cara, Zedd’s top songs have chronically played across hit radio stations nationwide. He also won iHeartRadio’s top dance song in 2018.
Plus more House DJs…
You don’t want to miss these EDC week DJs either…
Fedde Le Grand, Deorro, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, W&W, Chuckie, and Rüfüs Du Sol.
(This is another broad phrase to incorporate all its sub-genres from classic to progressive.)
Above & Beyond
Experience the haunting and transfixing sounds of Above & Beyond at the KAOS Dayclub in Las Vegas May 16. Although known for some of their progressive house music, they’re more widely known for their meticulous trance creations.
Armin Van Buuren
The Dutch remixer and psytrance producer orchestrates progressive sounds and beats of cinematic vibrancy. While touring internationally, Burren continues to craft his impressive trance saga, which is currently at its 14th installment.
Basscon & Bassrush Pool Party
Cool off before you face the heat. Join one of the hottest pool parties at the Stratosphere during EDC week.
David Gravell pushes the boundaries of trance in his “Trance Reborn” installments, working alongside fellow DJ Andrew Rayel and W&W.
Remixer from Rotterdam with many alter egos, Corsten spearheads some of the latest trance trends many may soon follow with
In high demand world-wide, MaRLo will take the main stage to get EDM audiences primed and pumped for EDC week.
And so much more!
These talented trance artist will also be there: Andrew Rayel, John O’Callaghan, and Aly & Fila.
These EDM showcases are just the beginning. Venues are promising more to be announced as EDC week approaches.
Don’t miss a beat and see all the events and concerts happening downtown all year long.