You Can Relive EDC Las Vegas 2021 While Waiting for 2022’s Festival

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EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) Las Vegas 2021 was held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway from October 22 to 24, and it was a weekend filled with the hottest DJs, circus rides, energetic guests, and plenty of bumping and hypnotizing music spread across the many stages. It also had one of the most impressive fireworks and drone shows that I’ve ever seen. With the event now over, ravers are ready for the next one with EDC Las Vegas 2022 in May. Even though EDC Las Vegas 2021 is over, you can still relive the fond memories with full set videos and audio and other experiences.

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EDC Las Vegas 2021 had ravers waiting for 17 months due to the pandemic. It being postponed had ravers eagerly awaiting to get back to the event’s live music and art to dance the night away. There were over 200 DJs performing their sets including Zedd, Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Kshmr, Elephante, 3LAU, Alison Wonderland and more.

For those who want to relive the event, Apple Music was the first big streaming platform to host the live full sets from the DJs, and this week, the service has made a lot of the sets available in high quality (lossless quality). Each day from the event features over 50 one-hour sets including Claptone, 3LAU, Audien, Afrojack, Tchami, Kayzo B2B Knife Party, Kygo and more.

You can check out the list here and a few full sets below.


Knife Party




Afrojack b2b R3HAB


And there are some video sets available online including Tiesto, Kshmr and Deadmau5.

Tiesto Full Set

Kshmr Full Set

For fans of Netflix’s Squid Game, Kshmr did a remix of the show’s haunting track and got the crowd hyped and playing along at the 41:20 mark. The show featured a game of “Red Light, Green Light,” and the music producer had the crowd stopping when a girl’s vocal said red light. Once the little girl says green light, guests all around were dancing hard.

Deadmau5 Full Set

One of my favorite experiences during EDC Las Vegas 2021 was Deadmau5 at Circuit Grounds. It was a hypnotic and fun time, and he played one of his new tracks, “When the Summer Dies,” which featured entrancing visuals on the big screens with lyrics so that people could sing along.

For those wanting to experience Deadmau5 in an immersive video game experience, check out the free-to-play game, Core, now available on PC. Players can mingle and party with other online players in a virtual concert. To make the experience even more magical, the dance floor breaks apart, allowing the player to fly through different worlds as they watch Deadmau5 perform inside a floating DJ booth.

EDC Las Vegas 2022 returns to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway from May 20-22, 2022, and tickets are now available on This marks the 11th year in Las Vegas for the world’s largest dance music festival. The 3-day general passes start at the Early Owl price of $339, $519 for GA+ and $779 for 21+ VIP.

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