Electric Daisy Carnival returns to Tinker Field after last year’s show was canceled

ORLANDO, Fla. — Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando returns to Tinker Field this year after the music festival was canceled in 2020 because of the pandemic.

Tickets for this year’s event, which runs from Friday Nov. 12 to Sunday Nov. 14, went on sale April 1.

2021 also celebrates 25 years of EDC. The world-renowned festival has been staged in Las Vegas, Mexico City, Korea, China and of course, Orlando.

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Insomniac, the company the stages EDC, Insomniac, said that EDC Orlando, the company’s flagship East Coast festival, is also the largest dance music festival on the East Coast.

According to Insomniac, this year’s festival “promises to pack some extra punch in bringing the magical world of EDC to life, from the stages and sound to the pyrotechnics and performers.”

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The festival itself will take over more than 40 acres at Tinker Field, near Camping World Stadium.

In 2019, the last time the festival was in Orlando, 225,000 people passed through the gates to attend the festival.

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