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EDC Las Vegas 2015 headliners to rock Drai’s and OMNIA

Last updated: July 26, 2016 at 12:12 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Bars, Nightlife, OMNIA Las Vegas Nightclub, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on EDC Las Vegas 2015 headliners to rock Drai’s and OMNIA.

Calvin Harris at Omnia headliners for edc las vegas 2015

Calvin Harris rocks OMNIA Nightclub. Photo by Aaron Garcia.

The annual Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas isn’t just the biggest electronic music gathering in the world—it’s the biggest music festival, period. Returning June 19, 20 and 21 to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, EDC brings dance music’s biggest names—literally hundreds of them—to an outdoor venue packed with carnival rides, art installations and good vibes.

All of the fun isn’t relegated to the speedway, however. From June 16 to 21, EDC Week takes over the Las Vegas Strip, with EDC Las Vegas headliners taking to the decks just about every night inside of nightclubs up and down Las Vegas Boulevard. So, whether you missed out on sold-out tickets to EDC or just want more opportunities to throw your hands up to the sounds of the world’s sickest DJs, you’ll have plenty of chances—especially at two of Vegas’ hottest clubs, OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace and Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub at The Cromwell. Check out the festival headliners appearing there during EDC Week 2015:

Tuesday, June 16

  • OMNIA: Afrojack
  • Drai’s: 3LAU, Mike Hawkins (during Drai’s Yacht Club)

Thursday, June 18

  • OMNIA: Nicky Romero, Tchami

Friday, June 19

  • OMNIA: Armin van Buuren

Saturday, June 20

  • Drai’s: Adventure Club, 3LAU
  • OMNIA: Afrojack, D-Wayne

Sunday, June 21

  • OMNIA: Martin Garrix

And to cap off EDC Week, OMNIA is hosting special early-week parties following the big event:

Monday, June 22

  • Calvin Harris, Burns

Tuesday, June 23

  • Showtek

Each night of EDC Las Vegas, shuttles to the speedway are running from The LINQ Las Vegas parking lot northeast of the High Roller for just $15 per ride. So if you’re among the lucky few (hundred thousand) who scored tickets to EDC, why not fuel up at one of the LINQ’s numerous restaurants before jumping on a shuttle on your way to P.L.U.R. bliss? Or even stop by nearby Cabo Wabo in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood to enjoy a $10 Daisy Daiquiri, created in honor of EDC.

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