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EDC Las Vegas officially dropped their lineup this month with an insane amount of back-to-backs from artists that have worked together and the debut of others. Over the three days of constant electronic music, twenty b2bs will go down featuring artists from a myriad of genres. 

Day One

The globally-anticipated festival will begin on Friday, May 19th, with six b2bs from house, dubstep, and drum and bass producers. Biscits and Martin Ikin will play together for the first time despite releasing a collaboration, “Ready 2 Dance” two years ago. Malaa b2b Wax Motif is scheduled as well, bringing even more talented house artists to the massive event. 

Loco Dice b2b Fisher ups the ante with their tech house after proving their ability to throw a party when they played together at Club Space and Hï Ibiza last year. Fallen and Richter have also gone back-to-back a number of times at Countdown NYE and EDC Las Vegas. They will be joined by rapper MC Dino who is most known for his lyrical talent and ability to keep the energy up.

Sullivan King and Kai Wachi went b2b in Denver for the start of Sullivan King’s ‘Thrones of Blood Tour’ and have continued throughout the stops, blowing attendees away with their metal and dubstep combinations. In the same vein, Riot Ten and Jessica Audiffred are combining their intense, heavy dubstep. 

Day Two

May 20th is full of b2bs from DJs who are returning to the stages together. Two longstanding drum and bass DJs, Fury and Nightstalker, are playing EDC along with Warface and D-Sturb – two hardstyle that have brought their intense beats since 2016, when they dropped “Focus,” and went on to go back-to-back multiple times. 

Excision and Dion Timmer are also returning after collaborating a few times and going b2b at Lost Lands and on their own tours. Their most recent single, “End of the World,” was released at the beginning of 2022. Metrik b2b Grafix is promising high-energy drum and bass and unreleased music during their b2b. 

CID b2b Sage Armstrong is bringing bouncy house, while Warface b2b D-Sturb dominates the hardstyle space. Longtime Club Space DJs Ms. Mada and Bakke are joining the festival for their own performance. 

Powerhouse Zeds Dead is teaming up with Chase & Status for two back-to-backs, one at EDC Las Vegas in May and the other at Forbidden Kingdom in June. Chase & Status and Zeds Dead are blending their energetic drum and bass and dubstep together for a set that is not one to miss.

Day Three

EDC Las Vegas will finish out on Sunday, May 21st, with seven b2bs. Two of the most in-demand house producers, ACRAZE and Noizu, are on the bill as well as house icons Tchami and AC Slater. The latter two went on their Confession and Night Bass North America Tour in 2022 with much support from fans of both. 

The EDM community was bubbling with excitement when it was announced that Griztronics is playing together for the first time in four years. Dubstep producer Level Up revealed on Twitter that she has been waiting to play with Borgore since 2014 and the time has finally come for the dubstep producers to heat up EDC. 

Another set with fans talking was Marshmello b2b SVDDEN DEATH, two seemingly different producers. The two released “Sell Out” in 2019, a single with Marshmello’s upbeat, pop style with SVDDEN DEATH’s aggressive drops. 

Bensley b2b Justin Hawkes will sprinkle some liquid drum and bass into the mix and hardstyle projects Ben Nickey Presents Xtreme b2b Sub Zero Project and Gammer b2b Tweekacore are also going down on day three of the festival. 

With twenty back-to-backs and over 100 acts, this year’s EDC lineup is dynamic, hitting every corner of electronic music. Some of the sets taking place have never happened before, or only occur every so often, making the experience that much more exciting. 

Tickets for EDC Las Vegas are going quickly and only the GA+ Experience Pass and VIP Elevated Experience Pass remain. Passes for the festival are available here.

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