Leonie Schott
By Leonie Schott

Electric Daisy Carnival, better known as EDC, doesn’t only take place in America, but currently also in Japan, China – and Mexico. It’s one of the biggest electronic dance music festivals in the world and next year, the Mexican version happens for the 7th time. Now, the organisation has published the line-up, including some of the most hyped harder styles artists.

READ ALSO: EDC Las Vegas brings big harder styles names to America once again

From 28th February until 1st March 2020, EDC Mexico comes with the “biggest edition in their history.” Different electronic music genres can be witnessed at several stages on three days and of course hard dance will also be part of it once again. The organisation has now revealed the line-up and leading acts like Da Tweekaz, Warface and Code Black are on it to represent the harder styles. Check out the line-up down below.

EDC is known to always have ornate stages, decoration and show elements. From pyrotechnics and performers to rides and interactive art installations, the festival delivers not only a musical experience for your ears but also an adventure for your eyes: “EDC’s landscape is an oversize playground with all your favorite thrills.”

“Under the Mexican Electric Sky, we come together to celebrate life, love, art, and music”

EDC Mexico will take place at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez from 28th February until 1st March 2020. If you’re ready for a trip to Mexico next year, go to the official Electric Daisy Carnival Mexico website for more information and tickets.

This is the harder styles line-up of EDC Mexico 2020


Code Black
Da Tweekaz
Lady Faith
KikeONE presents K1
Noise Dimentionz b2b Universe Controllers


Audiofreq b2b Darksiderz
Ben Nicky presents Extreme
DJ Anime
Lil Texas
Alby Loud

Footage taken from Electric Daisy Carnival Mexico website


  • Valeria 07 November 2019 - 17:39

    And the Mexican talent 🙌🏼 KikeONE (presents K1) he’s the big boss of HDM in Mexico. Noise Dimentionz B2B Universe Controllers, Aranxa, Haaradak and Alby Loud, big boss of mexican hardcore.


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