Electronic dance

Lineups are released for Camp EDC 2022 Launch and Pool Parties

Photo credit: Ivan Meneses for Insomniac Events

Camp EDC kicks into high gear this year with FISHER, Shiba San, FuntCase, Born Dirty, LP Giobbi, Matroda and more ready to play.

The party really never stops at EDC Las Vegas for those staying on the vast grounds of EDC camp. Since its inception just a few years ago, this new on-site campground at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway has further embodied the headliners’ “home away from home” mentality. From activities such as yoga and shuffling classes, to shopping, and eating delicious food, there is something for everyone who resides at Camp EDC over the weekend.

But Camp EDC isn’t just about participating in activities and hanging out by the pool with your friends, as it allows the music to never really stop from the moment the festival kicks off until the early hours of the Monday morning. This year’s edition will see SINNER, ID, Yolanda be cooland deeper purpose take the reins and dominate the decks on Thursday night to help everyone find their groove – and that’s where the fun begins.

Before EDC Las Vegas opens its doors to the masses on Friday, Camp EDC will be bustling with the beats during the Day Trip x Insomniac Records takeover that will bring Cloonee, Matroda, born dirty, and HoneyLuv on stage. Saturday is ready to pack a punch with big wubs as Bassrush hosted a program featuring Riot Ten, FuntCase, Kompanyand Justin Hawke. Then, on Sunday, the house music vibes will be back in full force with Shiba San, LP Giobbiand Light blue.

This is just a taste of what to expect, as the after-parties scheduled to take place each morning have yet to be announced. Stay tuned for this news and be sure to join the waiting list for Camp EDC this year if you plan to send it at the last minute!

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