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Get Ready For EDC Las Vegas 2019 With These Top Sets From Last Year

| May 14, 2019

With just days left before this year's EDC Las Vegas officially begins, the excitement is ramping up. We gave you our list of 10 must see sets for EDC 2019 HERE and now it's time to pack your bags and get excited.

 As you get ready to embark on a journey under the electric sky, remember to pack all your rave essentials and best of all, hype it up with our picks from last year's EDC festival.

Whether you're boarding the plane or jamming out while last minute packing, these 10 electrifying sets will have you more pumped than ever for your EDC LV trip. 

 

10. Seven Lions 

Weaving a multitude of sub-genres into a one-hour set is a skill that Seven Lions has relentlessly mastered and he proves his craft once again in his 2018 Las Vegas performance. 

 

 

9. REZZ

Resident space mom threw down some spooks at Vegas last year. Wobble it out with some alien tunes and trippy visuals. 

 

 

8. Illenium  

Grab some tissues and get in your feels with this Illenium set featuring some special moments including new VIP edits, live guitar, and classic Illenium tracks. 

 

 

7. 12th Planet B2B Kill the Noise 

For all the bass lovers, this is your throwback B2B with dubstep kings 12th Planet and Kill the Noise. 60 minutes of neck-breaking incoming.

 

 

6. Tiësto  

If we know anything about EDM, we know that any Tiësto festival set is a guarantee of a good time. Whether it's the "old Tiësto" or the "new Tiësto", you don't see us complaining.

 

 

5. Cirez D

Here's your techno fix, complete with poignant layering, warehouse vibes, and dark soundscapes all courtesy of Eric Prydz's beloved alias Cirez D. 

 

 

4. Mija

The queen of pushing experimental boundaries, Mija mixed sensuality, grooves, and energy into her Vegas set, infusing house, chill, drum n bass, and more into storytelling listening experience.

 

 

3. Armin Van Buuren

Trance king Armin has graced venues everywhere with his signature high-energy sound including Vegas 2018. The verdict: we're dancing all night to this set. 

 

 

 2. Chris Lake

Calling all house heads...Chris Lake is your man. His Vegas set packs fresh beats, venturing into both deep and funky sounds that will have you feeling groovier than ever. 

 

 

1. Claude VonStroke

Take a gander at Dirtybird chief Claude VonStroke's set and find yourself converted into the fam. Combining techno and house into one fine execution of a set, it leaves no room for wonder at why VonStroke is considered a legend.

 

 

Check your packing list, make sure you're not missing that perfect pair of shoes, or add a last-minute accessory to the mix!

 

Be sure to visit iEDM's Festival Collection HERE or the specially curated EDC Las Vegas Collection HERE. Remember to stay hydrated and safe; see you under the electric sky! 

about the writer

Jessica Mao

Jessica Mao

Read More...Jessica is a New York-based writer who -true to the stereotype- enjoys brunching, playing tennis and most of all, attending live shows. She fell in love with EDM after her first show, Adventure Club, and has been non-stop discovering new music since then. Some of her favorite artists include Above & Beyond, Zedd, Kaskade and FKJ.

Her guilty pleasure is listening to The Chainsmokers circa 2015 and eating McDonalds cookies. She is a strong advocator of earplugs.

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