About This Festival
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EDC, which has expanded its presence to different countries in the world, made its debut in Mexico on March 15 & 16 of 2014 at Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez, and is now considered Insomniac´s second largest festival, right under EDC Las Vegas. The festival incorporates different styles of electronic dance music such as trap, bounce, trance, techno, bass, house, hard-style, and much more. DJ performances by Armin Van Buren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Yellow Claw, Kaskade, AVICII and Tiesto, make up a tiny portion of the music pool from the different editions of the festival over the years. Each area contained within EDC represents a distinct union of technology and nature. In some places, fire rules supreme, and in others, the elements of air and water provide the inspiration. From majestic fields, to beautiful meadows, all the various landscapes that make up this magical festival unlock the energy of the night and transport guests into a fantastic universe filled with endless music, dancing, themes and colors. EDC is not only a music festival, but an experience as it fuses the music with its spectacular stages, rides, art, and performers. Fans are transported to a world of imagination powered by life, love, art and individuality. This playground filled with everyone´s favorite full-size thrills are free for all to enjoy. From fire-breathing metal creatures, to three-dimensional wooden superstructures, colorful, glow-in-the-dark environments, and all manner of LED-infused flora and fauna, the art that fills the entire landscape makes up the fantasy each and every one of us have become a part of. A vital part of the experience, the interactive art installations scattered throughout EDC are there to inspire all who come in contact with them. Insomniac’s own Funkdafied Freaks will enchant spectators all weekend long. Decked out in over-the-top costumes crafted specially for EDC, this motley crew of dancers, stilters, aerialists, circus performers and other whimsical characters will push the boundaries of your imagination. The documentary, Under The Electric Sky, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2014, captures the community and life of festival-goers, as well as the fantasy world that surrounds the entire experience.