10 Sets You Must See At EDC Las Vegas 2018

| May 05, 2018

EDC is around the corner, and you are getting your schedule in place to see the biggest DJs in the EDM community. Who do you decide to shake your butt to with so many groundbreaking producers to chose from?

iEDM has you covered. We picked out 10 sets that will guarantee to be dope, and make your stay in Vegas one to remember. Don't forget to showcase your lucky tanks because the following sets will be fire. No sleeves required.

Without further ado, check out iEDM's 10 sets that you must see at EDC, in no particular order.

1. Yellow Claw

The guys just recruited San Holo for their "Summertime" collab, and their third album, New Blood, drops on June 22. You never know what they will be up to next. The dutch production duo are known to bring a hard-hitting atmosphere at every festival they spin at. With EDC being one of the biggest parties of the year, you know Yellow Claw will get everybody talking in Vegas. You can't afford to miss out on seeing them.


2. Zedd

How can you not love Zedd? He's one of the coolest guys in the music industry while having one of the most loving fanbases in the EDM community. Zedd has taken his talents overseas recently, and with a pitstop in the USA for EDC, you know he is going to show up to make a statement. The 28-year-old sensation is known to draw a gigantic crowd to his set, so make sure to show up early.


3. Tiësto

Tiësto is a legend on the scene. It's not an accident that he was voted "The Greatest DJ of All Time" by Mix magazine. He was recently announced for Electric Zoo 2018, so you know he is going to carry that momentum over by creating a magical experience for fans in attendance for the Electric Daisy Carnival this year. Carry around sunglasses, because Tiësto will be sure to move you in ways you never thought was possible. Tissues also might be a requirement for this one.


4. Marshmello


The 25-year-old producer took the industry by storm in 2016. He is responsible for introducing a new generation of rave kids to the EDM community. During his electrifying rise to the top of the dance food chain, he has collaborated with the likes of Selena Gomez, Logic, and Migos. Marshmello knows how to get people talking, and no matter what people are saying, the industry will be watching his set during EDC. That is a fact.


5.  Firebeatz

Photo by Martin Vanners

Firebeatz throws it down. Hard. The Dutch duo made a name for themselves in 2008 with their smash hit, "Dear New York." Top acts, including Calvin Harris and Tiësto, have tag teamed with Tim and Jurre to create musical masterpieces. More names followed soon after. Sean Paul. Snoop Dogg. Timbaland. The list goes on and on. If you've been sleeping on Firebeatz, EDC is the perfect destination to check them out.


6. Hardwell


Who doesn't love Hardwell? The phenom recently teamed up with fellow icon Steve Aoki to create an "Anthem" for the ages. You know he is going to blast the track out under the electric sky, and we can't wait to jump up and down with him. The main stage crowd won't ever be the same after Hardwell gets done with 'em.


7. Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix got the EDM family moving with his recent release "Game Over" along with Loopers. The 21-year-old dance music superstar was ranked number 1 on DJ Mag's Top 100 DJ list back-to-back in 2016 and 2017. He is off to a hot start in 2018, and he doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon. As Garrix prepares to defend his title at EDC, fans won't want to miss this set.


8. Robotaki

The Canadian DJ is climbing up the ladder with breakthrough performances on the festival scene. He started to make some serious noise with an official remix of The Chainsmokers' hit "Closer." With EDC Las Vegas being an event where names are made, iEDM won't be surprised when Robotaki makes his sound heard, loud and proud.


9. Cheat Codes


Promise me no promises, but iEDM gets a good feeling that Cheat Codes is going to bring it at EDC. After a killer performance at Ultra this year, the boys of Cheat Codes are going to follow that up with an epic performance. Don't be surprised if we get some vocals thrown in for good measure.


10. Kill the Noise 

New York in the house! Kill the Noise pumped out "Don't Give Up on Me" with Illenium and Mako earlier this year, and have been on a serious roll ever since. EDC is the place to give artists an extra boost, and it won't be a shocker when Kill the Noise takes the stage to throw down a serious set.


How does your list compare to ours? Let us know through social media!

Check out iEDM's EDC Collection HERE for more inspiration for your perfect EDC outfit. iEDM will see you under the electric sky in just a few weeks!

Check out the EDC Stage Lineups HERE.

Read "Get Your Camping Plans Ready for EDC 2018 HERE.  

about the writer

Kyle Stevens

Kyle Stevens


Read More...Kyle is an Entertainment Reporter and Celebrity Correspondent. He has interviewed some of the biggest DJs in the EDM industry including Steve Aoki, Hardwell and Armin van Buuren among many others.

He is thrilled to provide iEDM with exclusive interviews and articles featuring your favorite festival performers who make your feet move and body sweat.

During his free time, Kyle loves attending as many concerts that he possibly can. He also enjoys getting down with his bad self to Alesso, Dada Life, Galantis and 3LAU.

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