25 Memories From EDC Las Vegas 2015 We Won’t Soon Forget
For newbies, the first sight of EDC Las Vegas—as they walk down the stairwells of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway grandstands—is a moment forever burned into their memories. For EDC veterans, that overwhelming feeling of joy and euphoric bliss never goes away. Whether a first-timer or a returning raver, the three-day event provides a lifetime of memories and special moments unique to the EDC experience. More than a music festival, EDC Las Vegas is a celebration of life, love, creativity, and freedom of expression, and the memories created there are boundless.
We experienced our biggest and best EDC Las Vegas in 2015. Hosting record attendance numbers, pushing our creative forces to the max, and introducing a whole new Headliner experience, last year’s event proved to be one of the most memorable in EDC history. With the help of our beloved Headliners, we created everlasting memories that celebrated the world of EDC.
Here are 25 memories from EDC Las Vegas 2015 we won’t soon forget.
1. New Stage Designs
All eight stages this past year featured production and designs never before seen at EDC Las Vegas. The Crystal Village at kineticFIELD was the perfect answer to 2014’s kineticCATHEDRAL. We can’t wait to see what utopia our boss has planned for 2016.
2. Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston Joins Above & Beyond Onstage
Above & Beyond are known for bringing special guests onstage to push the button during “Sun and Moon,” but the packed crowd at kineticFIELD got a massive surprise when Jono and Paavo brought none other than actor Bryan Cranston, of Breaking Bad fame, himself onstage to push the button during “Walter White.” Watch the video here.
3. A Military Raver Story
The EDC community is about as diverse a group as they come. We loved getting to meet Nelson Algarin, Jr., and hearing his story about life in the military as he prepared to attend his first EDC.
4. Hardwell and Dada Life Crashing the Mayan Art Car
Hardwell and Dada Life made unannounced appearances on the Mayan Warrior Art Car. Without any mainstage expectations, Hardwell dipped into an epic hip-hop and moombahton set that included DMX’s “Party Up (Up in Here)” as Diplo, Dyro, and Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella stopped by to witness the fun. Next up was Dada Life, who transported the crowd back to the old-school with some epic rave tunes. It was quite the ride on the art car, and definitely a night we won’t forget.
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