Concerts

Electric Daisy Carnival lineup revealed for 2011

Insomniac Events and the folks at Triad Dragons are gearing up for the the fourth annual Electric Daisy Carnival at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds. Expect plenty of carnival rides, massive, light-infused art installations, and, of course, scads of beautiful, painted faces supporting the carnival ambiance.

While previous headliners have included the likes of Benny Benassi, Paul Van Dyk and Kaskade, this year's bill boasts Kaskade, Sander Van Doorn and Kraddy, among others. The full lineup -- which is subject to change, according to the folks at EDC -- is posted below. With the date being so close, though, we venture a guess that this is probably about as close to final as it gets, save for some last minute changes and surprise acts.

Kinetic Field Ferry Corsten Axwell Kaskade Sander Van Doorn Dragon & Jontron Trajikk Hycloud

circuitGrounds Z-Trip Bart B More LA Riots Treasure Fingers FeedMe Sureshot Joman Cognition & T-Rav JQuintel & Jeziel EKG

BassPod Noisia Datsik Downlink J Majik Sigma NumberNin6 MC Dino 12th Planet Fury w/ MC Dozha Rumble Junkie Mystical Influence

Neon Garden Ana Sia Kraddy Eliot Lipp An-Ten-Nae Break Science Ishe Max Klaw Chavez y Chavez Boyhollow

Cosmic Meadow Alan Endorfun Andrew Wickes DJ Law mLe Sergio Santana Steve Synfull The Upgrader Tommy Michael Vanish Wolfe




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