The Electric Daisy Carnival is regarded as one of the world’s leading electronic music festivals, with events held in several countries that bring together some of the hottest acts in electronic music. Since 2012, EDC has hosted an annual festival in New York City, and the event returns for 2015 with a stellar lineup that will appear May 23 and 24 at MetLife Stadium. Keep reading for a detailed look at this year’s full lineup, and leave us a comment below letting us know which performers you’re most excited to see at EDC New York.
Saturday, May 23
Afrojack is the stage name of Dutch music producer and DJ Nick van de Wall. He started performing as a DJ at local venues when he was just a teenager, eventually signing with an independent label and releasing his debut single under the Afrojack name. As his star began to rise, he performed at festivals like Tommorowland and Coachella and collaborated with artists like David Guetta, Pitbull, and Madonna. In 2014, he released his debut album, “Forget the World.”
MC Armanni Reign started out as a rapper. He spent three consecutive months as Philly’s 103.9FM freestyle champion before deciding he needed a change and shifting his style toward drum and bass music.
Armin Van Buuren
Dutch DJ and producer Armin van Buuren is known for his progressive trance style. He became interested in electronic music at an early age, and began his DJ career in college. He is known for playing extremely long DJ sets – in fact, he set the world record for longest DJ set in 2003, having played for over 12 hours. That’s not the only record he’s set though – he also holds the record for most times listed at the #1 spot on DJ Magazine’s Top 100. Armin van Buuren has been voted #1 an impressive five times, which speaks to his incredible skills as a DJ.
Art Department is a house duo from Toronto featuring Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White. They debuted in 2011 with their single “Without You,” which became a surprise hit, and followed that with a full-length album titled “The Drawing Board” later that year. Art Department released their sophomore album and latest effort, “Natural Selection,” in 2014.
Russian DJ/producer Arty debuted in 2009 with his “Vanilla Sky” EP when he was only 19 years old. In addition to releasing his own music, Arty is also known for being the host of the Together We Are radio show on Sirius XM’s BPM station, as well as for his monthly Together We Are podcast.
Lorin Ashton, better known by his stage name Bassnectar, is an American DJ and record producer. He is known for his live performances and stunning light shows, and sells out huge venues all over the country. Not only has he proven himself as an influential EDM artist, but he has also stood out over the years as a social activist and philanthropist. In 2011, he donated one dollar per ticket sold on his tour to charity for what was known as the “Dollar Per Basshead” campaign, for which he raised $250,000 and let his fans vote for which charities it would benefit.
The Dutch DJ duo Blasterjaxx is made up of producers Thom Jongkind and Idir Makhlaf. Blasterjaxx was initially just Jongkind’s project, but Makhlaf joined in 2012 and the duo began releasing music together. They have collaborated with a lot of big-name DJs, including Laidback Luke, David Guetta, Hardwell, Tiesto, and Afrojack.
Carl Cox & Friends
British DJ Carl Cox has been a fixture on the dance music scene for nearly 30 years. He began his career as a rave DJ back in the ’80s, building up his reputation at some of the hottest clubs that defined Britain’s house revolution, and earning his status as one of the top DJs of that decade. Through the years he has had several hit singles and albums, and now spearheads his own record labels and has his own stage every year at music festivals like Ultra, Tomorrowland, and Electric Daisy Carnival.
DJ Carnage is a producer and remixer based in Los Angeles. Born Diamonte Blackmon, he grew up in Guatemala and Nicaragua before moving to the United States, so he has an international perspective that influences his music career. In addition to his music, he is known for his charity and giving back to the impoverished communities he was surrounded by in his youth. He gives back to his fans too. Several months ago, he blasted $10,000 into the crowd through a confetti cannon during a show in Chicago. With antics like that, there’s no telling what Carnage will get into during his set at EDC, but it’s sure to be a good one.
Clyde Narain is a Surinamese DJ and producer who performs under the name Chuckie. He has collaborated with a diverse mix of artists including Hardwell, LMFAO, Lupe Fiasco, Laidback Luke, and Martin Solveig. He has made a name for himself in the international dance music scene, hosting many residencies all over the globe, including his own Dirty Dutch.
Dubfire is the stage name of Ali Shirazinia, an Iranian-American house and techno DJ/producer. He is best known as one half of the Grammy Award-winning electronic music duo Deep Dish. In 2006, he decided to embark on a solo career. He is known for his innovative and pioneering sound, often bringing fresh new elements into his music to make for something groundbreaking.
Firebeatz is a Dutch production duo featuring Tim Benjamin Smulders and Jurre van Doeselaar. The two DJs came together in Amsterdam in 2008 and quickly earned attention with a number of popular releases that climbed high on the Beatport dance charts. They have collaborated with a number of major DJs, including Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, and Calvin Harris.
Flosstradamus is the project of DJs Autobot and J2K, which began as a series of DJ parties in their home city of Chicago. People took notice of their eclectic style and soon their monthly parties were selling out almost instantly, with people travelling from all over the country to attend. Their newfound fame led to them releasing their own music, as well as taking their performance from the clubs to major festival stages.
Dutch DJ Robbert van de Corput began DJing at the age of 13 under the name Hardwell. He has since grown to become a superstar DJ and an important figure in the EDM explosion of recent years. Hardwell was named #1 on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 list for both 2013 and 2014, so now is an especially important time in his career, and his live performance is one not to miss.
English electronic music duo Jack Beats formed in London in 2007. The group consists of Scottish DJ Niall Dailly, aka Plus One, and British DJ Ben Geffin, aka Beni G.
John Digweed is an English DJ and producer. In 2001, he took the top spot on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 poll, and consistently ranked in the top 100 for years after that. Digweed is also the co-founder of British techno/house label Bedrock Records.
DJ and producer Jon Rundell got his big break when he befriended Carl Cox back in 2006, earning astounding praise from the internationally famous producer. His music has also received the support of other big names in the world of dance music, like Loco Dice, Adam Beyer, and Dubfire. Rundell has become a highly sought-after remixer as well, having worked with artists like Moby, Paul van Dyk, and Fatboy Slim.
Italian DJ Joseph Capriati began his career as an electronic music producer in 2007. Two years later, he was putting out music on Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label, and released his debut full-length album in 2010. He returned in 2013 with his sophomore record, “Self Portrait,” which was also released on Drumcode.
Justin Martin came onto the scene in 2003 with his debut album, “The Sad Piano,” which received buzz from the international press as well as superstar DJs like Pete Tong. The San Francisco-based producer is also known for his work with Claude VonStroke and the Dirtybird label.
Krewella is a Chicago-based EDM duo consisting of sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf. Originally formed as a trio in 2007, the group’s third member, producer Kris “Rain Man” Trindl, left in 2014. After releasing a few singles and EPs, Krewella became a fixture in the EDM festival circuit, gaining a following from performances at festivals like Ultra, Electric Daisy, and Electric Zoo. They released their debut full length album titled “Get Wet” in 2013.
Luke van Scheppingen, aka Laidback Luke, is a DJ/producer born in the Philippines and raised in the Netherlands. Over the years, he has raised his international profile with a number of successful remixes as well as original hit singles. He has done remix work for such a-list artists as Madonna, Depeche Mode, and Robin Thicke, and he’s collaborated with high-profile DJs from Steve Angello to Steve Aoki to Diplo.
Masked, mysterious, and ever on the rise, Leikeli47 (pronounced lah-KAY-lee) is an up-and-coming rapper hailing from Brooklyn. She’s been generating a lot of internet buzz lately from underground music tastemakers like Vice and The Fader since releasing her LK-47 Pt. II mixtape early last year. Though she’s gaining more fame and attention by the day, the enigmatic rapper’s identity still remains unknown, and she only ever appears wearing ski masks.
Loco Dice is German DJ and producer Yassine Ben Achour. He began his career as a hip hop DJ and MC in the early ’90s under the name Dice’C, gaining early success in Germany and opening for big-name solo acts like Usher, Snoop Dogg, and R Kelly. His sound eventually evolved from hip hop and rap to house music, prompting him to change his name to Loco Dice. He has since secured a residency at Tribehouse in his hometown of Dusseldorf and made a name for himself as one of the top DJs to come out of the German music scene.
Martin Garrix is among the wave of artists responsible for the recent explosive popularity of Dutch EDM. He expressed interest in becoming a DJ at an early age, and by the time he was 16 he launched his career with a popular remix of Christina Aguilera’s “Your Body.” In 2013, he released his single “Animals,” which hit #1 in the UK and reached the top ten in several other countries. His incredible success in recent years is impressive as he’s still just a teenager, but he is nonetheless an artist to watch.
French DJ Martin Solveig grew up singing in his church choir and studied classical music at a young age, but he abandoned all of that for electronic music by the time he was a teenager. He started spinning at clubs in Paris when he was only 18, and soon began releasing music of his own. His fourth album, “Smash,” brought him into the mainstream in 2011, attracting the attention of Madonna, who asked him to work with her as a producer on her album “MDNA.”
Nicky Romero is the stage name of Dutch progressive house DJ Nick Rotteveel. His early recordings earned him a lot of publicity, and eventually he gained the attention of famed producer David Guetta, who commissioned Rotteveel to remix a track for him. Through Guetta’s tutelage, Nicky Romero became a mainstream success, earning him collaborations with big artists like Avicii and spots at major music festivals.
Route 94 is the stage name of British producer Rowan Jones. He hit it big in early 2014 with his international hit single “My Love,” which became a #1 in the U.K. and charted in several other countries, partly due to it featuring vocalist Jess Glynne, who at the same time was featured on Clean Bandit’s smash hit “Rather Be.” The track has since garnered over 80 million plays on YouTube, and over 70 million on Spotify.
California-based producer Jeff Montalvo makes music under the alias Seven Lions. He got his big break when he won a competition held by Above & Beyond for remixing their track “You Got to Go.” He released his debut EP in 2012 and has since released three more. His latest effort, “The Throes of Winter,” came out earlier this month.
Uros Umek, better known as just Umek, is a DJ and producer from Slovenia. Active since the early ’90s, he has been DJing since he was just 17 years old, and over the last two decades has established himself as one of the biggest names in the international techno music scene.
W&W is a Dutch trance and house duo consisting of Willem van Hanegem and Wardt van der Harst. The pair came together after a chance meeting in 2007 and began making music together as W&W. Their music has been championed by big names like Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, and David Guetta, and they ranked #18 in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 poll for 2014.
Yellow Claw is a trio of DJs from Amsterdam. The group formed in 2010 and consists of Jim Aasgier, Bizzey, and Nizzle. Not long after they formed, Yellow Claw came to attention by hosting weekly parties at popular Amsterdam nightclub the Jimmy Woo while simultaneously building their presence online. In 2013, the group signed with Diplo’s Mad Decent label.
Sunday, May 24
12th Planet is the stage name of LA-based DJ and producer John Dadzie. He came onto the scene in 2006, and soon critics were raving about him. Rolling Stone called him a “dubstep god.” SPIN similarly gave him the title of “dubstep king.” Needless to say, his set is definitely one to check out.
Ame is a house duo consisting of Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann. Influenced by the burgeoning house music scenes of places like Detroit, Germany, and France, they released their self-titled debut in 2004. They built up an underground following before putting out their breakthrough hit, “Rej,” in 2006.
Andrew Rayel is a young DJ/producer from Moldova. He began making music as a teenager, and now at just 22 he is signed to Armin van Buuren’s Armada Music label. Rayel’s debut album, “Find Your Harmony,” came out in 2014.
English DJ and producer Andy C is one of the biggest forces in the drum and bass genre. Having devoted the last two decades of his life to electronic music, he has gained a strong reputation and earned a number of accolades as one of the best drum and bass DJs out there. In addition to his DJ career, he is also the co-founder of the successful label Ram Records.
Benny Benassi is an Italian DJ hailing from the city of Milan. You probably know him from his 2002 hit single “Satisfaction,” which became an international chart success. Over the years, he has received several awards and recognitions, including a Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording in 2008 for his remix of Public Enemy’s “Bring the Noise.”
French DJ Brodinski was championed early on by artists like Erol Alkan and 2 Many DJ’s, who helped him launch his career. He has since gone on to work with several hip hop artists, most notably Kanye West, for whom he produced two songs from the colossally successful album “Yeezus,” one of which was the hit single “Black Skinhead.”
Calvin Harris released his debut album in 2007, and shortly afterward embarked on a meteoric rise to international fame. Within a few years, he was churning out top 10 singles and writing and producing for popular artists like Rihanna, Kylie Minogue, and Rita Ora. In the last few years, he has won a Grammy Award and surpassed Michael Jackson’s record for the most U.K. top 10 hits from a single album. With so many amazing accomplishments, Calvin Harris is without a doubt one of the biggest producers in the world right now.
Calyx & TeeBee
U.K.-based producer Calyx and Norwegian DJ TeeBee teamed up to create music together beginning in 2004. They released a collaborative album called “Anatomy” back in 2007, their official debut as Calyx & TeeBee. The duo came together again for a second album, “All or Nothing,” in 2012.
Camo & Krooked
Austria’s Camo & Krooked is the drum and bass duo of Reinhard “Camo” Rietsch and Markus “Krooked” Wagner. The pair came together in 2007 and released their debut studio album, “Above & Beyond,” in 2010. Their sophomore record, “Cross the Line,” arrived a year later, followed by a third album, “Zeitgeist,” in 2013.
Catz ‘N Dogz
Catz ‘N Dogz is the duo of Polish producers Grzegorz Demianczuk and Wojciech Taranczuk (who go by the much easier to pronounce names Greg and Voitek). They have released two LPs as well as an Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1. Now, Catz ‘N Dogz will be releasing their third studio album, “Basic Colour Theory,” which drops May 19th.
Chris Marshall, better known as Crizzly, is an up-and-coming DJ from Texas. His style blends hip hop and dubstep, which he calls “crunkstep,” and he initially came to attention with popular remixes of songs from artists like Waka Flocka Flame and Jibbs. He earned early support from heavyweights like Skrillex and Diplo, who played his tracks in their sets, which helped launch him gain more recognition and boost his profile.
Troy Beetles, aka Datsik, is a Canadian dubstep producer. His first official release came in 2009 and featured a collaboration with 12th Planet, and he later began releasing recordings on Excision’s label Rottun Recordings. After remixing for artists like Wu-Tang Clan and The Crystal Method, he signed with Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, where he released his debut full-length, “Vitamin D.” In 2012, Datsik founded his own record label, Firepower Records.
LA-based producer Dirty Audio has worked with Deorro, The Ying Yang Twins, and most recently Chuckie’s Dirty Dutch Music. He’s already doing big things in 2015, as he released his single “Chiefin” via Dirty Dutch Music and then another single called “Shoulders” with DJ Kool and Mr. Collipark.
Dixon is the stage name of Steffen Berkhahn, a German DJ and producer based in Berlin. He almost pursued becoming a professional soccer player, but due to injury gave that up and decided to opt for a career as a DJ instead. He established his presence in the Berlin club scene on his DJing skill alone, and is known for his soulful house style. In 2005 he cofounded the record label Innervisions, which helped to keep up the house tradition and maintain the genre’s relevance.
DJ Snake is the stage name of Grammy-nominated French DJ and producer William Grigahcine. His popularity exploded with the 2013 release of his smash hit single “Turn Down For What,” which featured rapper Lil Jon. He has made several other notable contributions to music in recent years, including a production credit for Lady Gaga’s album “Born This Way,” earning him a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year in 2012. A second Grammy nomination came his way this year for Best Music Video for “Turn Down For What.”
Dave Nardolilli, better known by his stage name, Dubloadz, is a dubstep producer from New Jersey. He puts a unique spin on dubstep, and his style has attracted enough attention for him to release music under well-known labels like SMOG Records, I.AM.Audio, and Rottun Recordings. Dubloadz has stated that in 2015, fans can expect new genres and a more experimental take on his music.
Adam Dyment, aka Duke Dumont, is a Grammy-nominated DJ and producer based in London. He has done plenty of well-known remix work for artists like Lily Allen, Santigold, and AlunaGeorge among others, but recently he has had several big hits of his own. In 2013 his big breakthrough came with his original track “Need U (100%),” which hit #1 in the U.K. and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.
Eats Everything is the alias of English producer Daniel Pearce, who hails from the underground bass music epicenter of Bristol. He launched his career with the release of his debut single “Entrance Song” in 2011, which earned him the support of producers like Carl Cox, Seth Troxler, and Jamie Jones. Eats Everything has since released several successful EPs on labels like Claude Von Stroke’s Dirtybird and Catz ‘N Dogz’ Pets.
NYC’s own Eddie Alvarez has been DJing at some of the city’s biggest clubs since 2005. He holds a residency at Exchange Los Angeles, and is regularly booked by the electronic music event company Insomniac, which is responsible for organizing festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Forest, and Beyond Wonderland.
Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz releases his music under a multitude of names, including Pryda, Cirez D, and several others. Under his own name, his music tends to be more of club-oriented, ’80s-influenced house, exemplified by his 2004 hit “Call On Me,” which sampled Steve Winwood’s “Valerie.” In addition to making his own music, he runs three successful labels: Mouseville, Pryda Recordings, and Pryda Friends, all of which have churned out a number of underground club hits. The success of his labels and the popularity of his solo career have made him one of the most sought-after underground producers in the world.
Flux Pavilion is the stage name of English dance music producer and DJ Joshua Steele. Steele began releasing music as Flux Pavilion in 2008, but his 2010 single “I Can’t Stop” is what really put him on the map. A year after the single was released, it was sampled for Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative single “Who Gon Stop Me.” In addition to the enormous success of “I Can’t Stop,” Flux Pavilion has also collaborated with big-name artists like Major Lazer, Steve Aoki, and Childish Gambino.
Fury is a the alias of drum and bass producer Steve Blakeley. Formerly a professional snowboarder, he has been an active DJ since 1992, adopting the name DJ Fury when performing in the Denver area. In addition to his music career, Fury also runs and designs for his graphic design company, The Firm Graphics.
Kaskade is the stage name of DJ and record producer Ryan Raddon, one is one of the busiest artists in the San Francisco house music scene. In addition to his career as a DJ, Raddon also juggles the role of A&R director for OM Records. As Kaskade, he’s seen enormous success, including four Grammy nominations within the last three years.
Kidnap Kid is Matt Relton, an English EDM producer and DJ from Sheffield. He has been releasing music as Kidnap Kid since 2011, and his first single, “Vehl,” was named as iTunes’ Best Electronic Song of 2012. Relton has since released a number of singles via Black Butter Records.
Knife Party is an EDM duo from Perth, Australia consisting of Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire, the founders of the Australian drum and bass band Pendulum. The duo released their debut EP in 2011, which received over 50,000 downloads within 12 hours of its release. As their fame grew, they received more mainstream exposure, including a collaboration with Swedish House Mafia and their song “Bonfire” being used on AMC’s hit show “Breaking Bad.” Knife Party released their most recent album, “Abandon Ship,” in 2014.
LOUDPVCK is the production duo of Kenneth Blume (aka Kenny Beats) and Ryan Marks, who came together in 2009 after they met at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. They began releasing music on Soundcloud, and soon earned the support of artists like Skrillex, A-Trak, and Dillon Francis.
Born in Switzerland and raised in Chile, DJ/producer Luciano got his start in the Chilean underground electronic music scene. His Chilean upbringing heavily influences his music, into which he often incorporates Latin American musical styles.
Dutch DJ MaRLo has made a name for himself as one of the leading trance DJs residing in Australia. He has received unwavering support from Armin van Buuren, who signed MaRLo to his Armada Music label.
Colorado native MC Dino got into electronic music at a young age, which led him to discover jungle music and emceeing. Throughout his career, he has emceed for big names like Skrillex, Nero, Pendulum, Andy C, Bad Company, and Craze, to name a few. In addition to his career as a DJ and MC, he also co-created his own label, Urban Aboriginee Records.
Nicolas Matar has been DJing since the young age of 15. He has since been spinning in clubs all over the world, and most notably spent eight years as the resident DJ of the world-famous Pacha in Ibiza. After that, he brought his career to New York City, where he opened what are now two of the hottest clubs in the city: Cielo, located in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, and Output in Brooklyn’s trendy neighborhood of Williamsburg.
Recondite is the stage name of German techno producer Lorenz Brunner. He began releasing music in 2011 and has since released several albums and EPs. His latest full-length, “Iffy,” came out in 2014 on Dixon and Ame’s label Innervisions.
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
The Amsterdam-based EDM duo of Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano emerged in the late 2000s. Their early singles were championed by the likes of Pete Tong, Steve Angello, and David Guetta, and they have done remix work for producers like Hardwell, Afrojack, and Kaskade.
Martin Bresso, aka Tchami, is a French DJ and producer. He has done remix work for artists like Janet Jackson, AlunaGeorge, and A Tribe Called Quest. In late 2013, he released his debut EP, “Promesses,” on Fool’s Gold Records.
Lithuanian DJ Marijus Adomaitis goes by the name Ten Walls. As a classically trained musician, he incorporates that classical influence into his electronic music. Ten Walls’ 2014 single, “Walking With Elephants,” ended up getting picked up for digital distribution by Atlantic Records, and with the influence of a major label, the track became a charting single in the U.K.
Belgian DJ and producer Stephen Fasano, formerly half of the nu disco duo Aeroplane, embarked on a solo career in 2010 and began making music as The Magician. He released his debut EP, “Twist,” in 2011. Last summer, he released his single “Sunlight,” featuring the British electropop trio Years & Years. The single was a top ten hit in both Belgium and the United Kingdom.
Dutch DJ/producer Tiesto is indisputably one of the biggest names in EDM. He has established himself as one of the world’s foremost DJs, having released several chart-topping hits and receiving a number of awards and honors, including a Grammy Award. He built up his popularity with his famed six-hour solo live sets, which caused the world to take notice of his skill and led to him becoming one of the most sought-after DJs and remixers.
- EDC NYC 2013 (its got a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?) is taking place on Friday May 17th and Saturday May 18th
- Last year, initially only two days were announced, but they quickly added a third. So keep sunday May 19th open!
- The location has changed. Last year took place at the Meadowlands, in New Jersey. This year’s EDC will take place at Citi Field in Flushing, Queens in New York City.
- The concert runs from approximately 4pm to 2am so be ready to stay out all night.
- The age limit for EDC NYC is 18 years or older.
Some of the headliners included Armin VanBuren, Avicii, AfroJack, BassNectar, Dirty South, Alesso, Chuckie, and Thomas Gold last year. The Line up was announced on April 20th in 2012, which is relatively late for a concert in May, so you can probably bet that the 2013 New York EDC Lineup will probably be announc
ed around the same time. In the mean time, here are some thing to think about to ease the anxiety you have over this year’s EDC line up:
- If you bought tickets, but are worried the line-up for 2013’s EDC won’t be so great, don’t be. You made the right decision.
- Tickets have already jumped from $159 to well over $250 in some places. The lineup is guaranteed to be great, so get to buying those EDC New York City tickets as soon as possible if you haven’t already.
- They’ve done this before. EDC is one of the oldest electric dance music festivals around, and has a great reputation for bringing in the best acts in the industry
- Last year’s line-up was ridiculous. Headliner after headliner rocked Metlife stadium. Expect the 2013 EDC lineup to be just as insane.
- Check back often! We will be posting the official 2013 Electric Daisy Carnival: New York City Lineup as soon as its announced!
2012 Lineup2013 lineup has been officially announced!
On Sale Dates:
Buy your Electric Daisy Carnival tickets ASAP. Concert Festivals, like EDC, sell incrementally. This means that they will put out pre-sale tickets for cheap. If those presale tickets sell out quickly, then they’ll offer up a next batch of tickets for a little bit more expensive. They’ll keep doing this, until the last batch of tickets sells for a highly inflated price. Don’t be one of those people who gets caught buying EDC tickets last minute! Convinced Yet? If so, then get you’re tickets here. If not, then keep reading!
- EDC NYC Presale Tickets went on sale February 8th 2013, and were almost immediately sold out.
- The presale tickets were listed at $159 for 2-day GA and $299 for VIP
- They can now be seen listed for $249 at cheapest online.
- These prices will likely only go up so go buy a pair ASAP if you plan on going!
Update: The Official EDC NYC 2013 Trailer is Here
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