ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando’s big electronic music festival is back in November.
Electric Daisy Carnival announced it will hold the annual event Nov. 11-13 at Tinker Field, touting “three magical days of celebrating our love for life, music, and community.”
EDC combines electronic music on multiple stages with rides and art displays, including huge three-dimensional sculptures and glow-in-the-dark environments to create an experience that brings thousands of people to Orlando every year, along with dancers, stiltwalkers, aerialists and circus performers.
Last year, Orlando police estimated that 95,000 people would show up to each day of EDC.
Tickets for this year’s EDC go on sale Friday at noon eastern on the EDC website.
No feeling better than this.💖✨ Are you ready to step into our electrified kingdom once again?⚡️#EDCOrlando returns Nov. 11+12+13 for 3 magical days celebrating our love for life, music, and community.🌼— EDC Orlando (@EDC_Orlando) March 29, 2022
Tinker Field is calling you Home!🎡 → https://t.co/z654SA1oNg pic.twitter.com/4tmpio2JIN