Insomniac’s EDC Announces Virtual Rave-A-Thon Lineup For This Weekend’s Live Stream

Insomniac’s EDC was forced to change its plans for 2020 thanks to coronavirus, and while Pasquale Rotella has made it his mission to provide entertainment for the masses through the lockdown with continuous live sets from big-hitting artists and himself, now they have announced the line up for the EDC Rave-A-Thon.

Streaming live from 5pm – 2am PT on May 15 through to May 17, the virtual festival will bring the heat of EDC Las Vegas to your living room with an epic roster of artists. The stream will broadcast via and fans can tune in across multiple stages and channels whilst also featuring exclusive artist interviews from the line-up.

The charity live-stream will be benefiting Rave Recovery, Insomniac’s own charity set up to support fans of dance music who need assistance during the crisis. The funds it raises will be provided to those who have been financially affected by the COVID-19 crisis, while portions will also be donated to In Place of War’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund.

There is something for everyone over the three day virtual festical. Among the artists Insomniac is set to bring on includes heavy-hitting main-stage artists such as David Guetta, Don Diablo, Duke Dumont, KSHMR, Vini Vici, Afrojack and Yellow Claw. If you’re a house fiend you can tune in with legends such as Wax Motif, Chris Lorenzo, AC Slater, Dombresky and Malaa to juice up your nights. For those underground crusaders the likes of Nicole Moudaber, Lee Foss, Claude Vonstroke might strike up some interest. Meanwhile, bass heads can join the likes of 12th Planet, Borgore, Flosstradamus, K?D, Valentino Kahn and Zeds Dead.

For the full line-up see the poster below and click here if your looking for the stream May 15-17





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