Camp EDC 2019 party and activity schedules released

With just over a month until Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) returns to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, organizers have revealed the full Camp EDC music and activity schedule.

Camp EDC debuted in 2018 and is an onsite camping experience featuring daytime pool parties, after parties, workshops, morning yoga, and expedited access to the main venue. Attendees must purchase a Camp EDC add-on ticket to participate and can choose between two styles of air-conditioned “Shiftpod” tents or bring their own RV.

This year’s Thursday night Camp EDC kickoff party is curated by Fisher, with his “Catch and Release” party brand bringing artists Latmun, Mele, Mason Maynard, and Little Fritter for support.

SEE ALSO: EDC Las Vegas 2019 lineup revealed

Daytime pool parties will be hosted by Insomniac’s Bassrush brand on Friday, HARD Records on Saturday, and Insomniac Records on Saturday. Artists include Saymyname, Joyryde, Justin Martin, Walker & Royce, and more.

After parties will be hosted each morning after the main venue closes, from 5 to 10 a.m. (remember EDC is a dusk-to-dawn event). Artists include Kaskade, Noizu, Yousef, Dom Dolla, Solardo, Eli Brown, and more. The party officially wraps up at 10 a.m. on Monday morning.

A full schedule of daytime workshops and activities are planned for each day, ranging from goat yoga to kandi and totem making to rave aerobics (see full schedule below).

Camp EDC will also see a number of new features and improvements, including a new onsite supermarket with “headlinder-friendly pricing,” improved 24/7 bathrooms and showers, a redesigned power grid and festival entry process, and more check-in lanes and space around camping areas.

Tickets for both the festival and Camp EDC are still available.

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