Headliners, we have something very special cooking up for you at this year’s EDC Las Vegas. Last week, we gave you a sneak peek at an all-new world awaiting you at EDC in June. Now, we officially present quantumVALLEY, a never-before-seen stage set to debut at EDC Las Vegas 2017. Hosted by Dreamstate, Insomniac’s dedicated trance brand, quantumVALLEY will feature the best sounds and artists across the genre. That’s right: three days of all trance, all the time, all weekend long.
Envision a world where ethereal beats and timeless melodies rescue you from the everyday and transport you to a higher state of consciousness. That musical utopia comes to life at quantumVALLEY. Trance music has the power to connect, the power to soothe, and the power to heal. It’s time to experience that power together. Welcome to tomorrow. Welcome to Dreamstate. Welcome to quantumVALLEY.
Expect only the best in trance music at quantumVALLEY, where legendary, world-class artists will take over the massive structure for the largest standalone Dreamstate audience to date. This new stage marks the brand’s fifth EDC-hosted appearance and its first journey through all three nights of EDC Las Vegas.
Previous Dreamstate stage designs, each uniquely different from the other, have raised the festival production bar with visually compelling lasers, futuristic costumed characters, and immersive audio environments. For quantumVALLEY, we’re upping the ante in the most major way imaginable.
As Insomniac’s fastest-growing brand, Dreamstate came to life in November 2015 in front of thousands of fans—lovingly known as Dreamers—at its inaugural festival in Southern California. Since then, the brand has traveled to six cities in four countries, including Australia, Mexico, India and the UK, proving trance is truly a universal language. Now, Dreamstate sets flight for Las Vegas, where we’re turning EDC into your ultimate trance destination.
Stay tuned as we roll out more information and details regarding quantumVALLEY, including full artist lineups and daily schedules.