From Tiësto dropping "Country Riddim" to a woman giving birth after going into early labor at the festival, EDC Las Vegas was full of surprises this year.
Considering EDC is one of the world's largest EDM festivals, its annual performers pull out all the stops to capitalize on its massive stages. This year, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway was teeming with nearly half a million ravers.
Many of those ravers bore witness to a pair of landmark B2B sets that are going to be difficult to top in the years ahead: Subtronics and John Summit, and Marshmello and SVDDEN DEATH. Oozing with relentless bass music, these two performances stole the show at EDC, and fans can now relive the magic after both were uploaded to YouTube in high quality.
Check out both heavy-hitting DJ sets below in their entirety.
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