EDC Mexico 2020 reveals lineup for three-day festival

Insomniac and OCESA announced the lineup for the seventh edition of Electric Daisy Carnival – EDC Mexico 2020, following the historic news earlier this year that the festival would expand to three days for the first time.

Kicking off what is sure to be another year of global dominance for EDC, more than 180 of dance music’s finest artists will take over Mexico City as the beloved festival, rich in the country’s culture and vibrant history, returns to the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez Friday, Feb. 28 through Sunday, March 1.

A record number of Headliners are expected to unite from across the globe as they join a community where “All Are Welcome” and experience the best sounds in dance music.

Kinetic Energy will travel to EDC Mexico as the themed stage debuts internationally. Spanning 120 meters wide and 30 meters tall, the stage is the largest kineticFIELD experience ever built at EDC Mexico.

Alongside fan-favorites David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, and Tiësto, kineticFIELD will feature Jax Jones and Martin Solveig making their world debut as Europa while Yellow Claw and Headhunterz join forces for a world exclusive back-to-back set. The stage will also see Timmy Trumpet and W&W during a rare 2 = 1 performance.

As one of the newest stages to visit EDC Mexico and featuring some of the most eclectic talent on the lineup—the 360-degree circuitGROUNDS experience will be powered by performances from Zedd, Vini Vici, Borgore, Diplo, Knife Party, Louis The Child, TOKiMONSTA, and Madeon, with an entirely new live set he’ll be debuting at EDC Mexico 2020.

Across the grounds at neonGARDEN, EDC Mexico first-timers Carl Cox, Sven Vath, and Marco Carola—along with neonGARDEN resident Yousef and buzzing artists Mason Maynard, Mele, Eli Brown, and Paul Woolford—will control the decks at one of the largest stages ever built to showcase underground house and techno.

Shared by two of Insomniac’s hardest brands, Bassrush and Basscon, the post-apocalyptic wasteLAND will feature a fusion of hardstyle and bass music while the stage containers will showcase graffiti designs from some of the most renowned street artists in Mexico.

Delivering the flavor to EDC Mexico and always embracing the heritage of Latin, urban and local sounds, the 2020 edition of the festival will feature the biggest stage Dos Equis has ever created. stereoBLOOM, hosted by Insomniac Records and Dreamstate, will bring new music and exciting performances from artists including Wuki, Softest Hard, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Craig Connelly, Dombresky, Wax Motif, and more.

EDC Mexico 2020 will unveil its seventh and newest stage, bionicJUNGLE, featuring musical Mayan vibes in a spiritual place where nature and technology coexist. In a brand new stage setting with eye-catching visuals and show stopping production, the Mayan Warrior Art Car will showcase performances from its crew including Kawas, Jenia Tarsol, Who Made Who (DJ Set), Rebolledo and more.

EDC Mexico 2020 Three-day General Admission passes (1,950 pesos), Three-Day Comfort passes (2,925 pesos) and Three-day Citibanamex Plus (VIP) passes (3,900 pesos) are available online, here.