EDC Week 2017 Vegas Pool Party & Nightclubs Calendar and Events Guide starting from June 12th – 20th 2017! Check out the full list down below for EDC Week 2017 events and plan your summer. Events will be updated once they’re officially announced as well as tickets.

EDC 2017 Nightclubs and Pool Parties in the past have featured Omnia, The Light, Daylight, Hakkasan, XS, Surrender, Encore Beach Club, TAO Beach, Wet Republic, Marquee Nightclub, Marquee Dayclub, Drais Aftehours, Drais Nightclub, Drais Rooftop, Rehab Sundays, and more. So expect a few of the same clubs hosting some amazing talent. Kaskade did just announce a new residency with the Hakkasan Group so you can bet he’ll be playing at Wet Republic & Omnia all next summer.

EDC Week 2017 EDM Event Schedule:

Which DJs would YOU like to see play EDC Vegas 2017 or the Pool Parties? Comment below (w/ full name) for the chance to win a 3-day EDC Vegas pass!

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  1. Corey

    When Bryan Cranston came out during A&B last year I was floored. Can’t wait to see the magic this year!

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  2. Joe Stych

    EDC Las Vegas 2014. My best friend and I were on the shuttle to the Speedway and unfortunately, the radio didn’t work in shuttle, and of course, no carries a cd on them going to a music festival. My buddy and I used to emcee at a club and we were always able to get people moving by taking over the mic. So what do we do? We do what we do best. He gets the driver to hand him back the mic and he starts playing music from his phone, starting with some Aoki I believe. I peek my head over the back of my chair as some people to start gettin loud and he next thing I know some kid starts dancing in the aisle. I grabbed my phone and quickly made a dance que to keep this party going. Not a few moments later and people are handing us their phones asking if we could fit in a particular song, people are dancing up and down the aisles, hands are in the air and you could feel the electricity in the air! The dancing and vibes kept up the rest of the ride to the Speedway. By the end of the ride we had met some amazing people, and had a private party in a charter bus that will last forever in my memory.

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  3. Jorge

    My first and only experience at EDC LV came in 2012, and it was by far the most negative experience Ive had on a festival trip. Everything that could go wrong went wrong. Friday night although we arrived to the festival grounds super late, we still had a blast front row at the Basspod for Borgore, Excision, Rehab, and Afroki. Saturday, as many know, the show was stopped because of high winds. All I remember about that night was Calvin Harris being yanked off the stage during his MainStage set and being forcibly moved by police using barricades towards the bandstands. None of the event staff knew anything and was basically told by a supervisor to go home that the show was over. I wish I would have stayed, as it turned out to be a great night for those who did with impromptu sets by numerous DJs. Instead I was pissed and blasting “Surfacing” by Slipknot in the car while heading down the 15. The mood did lighten up a little as we were able to laugh about it when Knife Part’s “Until They Kick Us Out” played on the radio and my friend Hector swapped the lyrics around to “Too Late They Kicked Us Out”. Then came Sunday, where we were hoping the trip would be salvaged. Started the day off with a B2B set with Markus Schulz and Ferry Corsten at TAO, and things were looking up. Made it to EDC later that night and things were going good… until midway through David Guetta’s set. He had just dropped “Titanium” when my fiancé turns to me and tells me she lost the rental car keys. Our flight was in the morning and everything was in the trunk, including a friends suitcase who was flying to Seattle (The rest of us were flying to Miami). Once again the event staff proved to be useless and didn’t know where the lost and found inside the venue was, and were only able to direct us to the one outside. One problem… No re-entry. Long story short, I left my friends behind and took a $60 cab ride to Fox Rental Car. No spare keys and they couldn’t get a tow truck until after the time they shut the parking lots down at the Speedway. I thought all was lost, until I got a phone call from my friends that they found the keys after the show at the lost and found inside the venue. Dodged a bullet there, but what I saved in not having to buy a key I payed for in cancelling and changing flight, as well as an extra night at the Stratosphere. I am definitely getting too old for festivals. At almost 30 I fully realize that I may no longer be a member of the ideal demographic that organizers aim for. After having been to almost all the major festivals, I do want to give EDC another shot and rage as hard as I can for 3 straight days possibly for the last time.

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  4. Anonymous

    Edc 2015 was my 2nd year in a row at edc and I can confidently say it was one of the most amazing weekend of my life. Everything that could have gone right went right and my crew and I had the best EDC experience possible. At EDC we saw every Dj we wanted to see and was feeling the feels. We had everything from ice cold waters to the best smoothies ever. We were fucked up and having the greatest time ever. Being with all my friends under the electric sky was mind blowing. The music last year was inexplainable. We even met Oliver Heldens! Looking foward to edc 2016 and the what the 20th anniversary has to hold!

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    • Anonymous

      So you are saying the water is free? Because most EDM shows charge you as much as possible.

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  5. Bear

    Edc 2015 was my 2nd year in a row at edc and I can confidently say it was one of the most amazing weekend of my life. Everything that could have gone right went right and my crew and I had the best EDC experience possible. At EDC we saw every Dj we wanted to see and was feeling the feels. We had everything from ice cold waters to the best smoothies ever. We were fucked up and having the greatest time ever. Being with all my friends under the electric sky was mind blowing. The music last year was inexplainable. We even met Oliver Heldens! Looking foward to edc 2016 and the what the 20th anniversary has to hold!

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  6. Anonymous

    Omnia has the same boring fucking DJs. Thought for sure they would have stepped it up this year.

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  7. Danny

    tickets are on sale for XS & Surrender, this page just isn’t updated very often

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  8. Linda

    EDC 2014 changed my life forever. There is no way of describing the feeling you get when walking in to this amazing world. EDC 2014 was my first EDC ! I had so many expectations going in. I never thought that i would meet the love of my life. As i’m with my girls dancing the night away to Datsik Chuckie Dada ect.. with out a care in the world. Untill this special someone approached me. I was sitting in the grass while the fireworks were going off and i hear the cheesiest line ” I value my breath so it would be nice if you didn’t take it away every time you walked by” in replay i said how sweet and kept to myself and started heading towards the next and what do you know he is right there. As soon as he noticed me he took my hand and we shuffled the night away and the rest is history. We shared such a magical moment at our first EDC and would love to create another unforgettable memory !

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  9. Alex

    Definitely most excited for eric prydz at tao beach club! Dude is a living legend

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  10. Erick Ramirez

    2012 edc Las Vegas when Carl Cox was playing. The best DJ set!!!! I would love to see Nicole Moudaber & Chris Garcia!!

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  11. Richard Perez

    Pretty excited for The Chainsmokers at Hakkasan! Most memorable moment probably has to be 2013 at Daylight eclipse party with Srillex and Alvin Risk

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