TOP 3 EDC ORLANDO SETS To Uplift Your Spirits
It’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a week since EDC Orlando. You guys are probably knee deep into Post Rave Depression. But to be fair, can we really get over it? No. To ease the pain, here are the top 3 sets that can help take the pain away. And, if you weren’t at EDC Orlando, don’t worry. the countdown for EDC Las Vegas is on.
Top 3 Sets of EDC Orlando
There were many great sets this past weekend. But here are some that were my personal favorites. Well, from my couch. EDC Orlando is just like a mini EDC Las Vegas. The same main stage was used at EDC Las Vegas.
It was his set, Mr. Krabs. He was #1.
KSHMR is one of the most in tune with his music and his performance at EDC showed that. He incorporated his set with hardstyle and was killing it. From his collaborations with Hardwell, Tiesto, Headhunters, just to name a few, go on a journey with KSHMR. If you haven’t seen him, you’re losing out.
Armin Van Buuren
And she cries, I need you.
Armin Van Buuren is always a great choice to watch at a festival. His iconic State Of Trance is observed by millions and it still makes us teary eyes all the time. With his incorporation of psytrance, Armin landed himself as #2 on our list.
Gareth is my saving light.
Personally, Gareth Emery has to be one of my personal favorites. This weekend, he took people on a journey. Just like everyone else, but this hit home. It turned into more of his melodic side. With his song Saving Light, make sure to check out his set!
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