Five Best Orange County EDM Shows in June

EDC Matt Oliver
Matt Oliver / OC Weekly
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Summer is almost here and though to most in Southern Cali it means beach days, barbeques and bikinis, to the music lover, it means festival season is well underway. For electronic dance music aficionados, the biggest party of the summer will be at this years sold out Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. Yet for those not wanting to brave the crowds, over-priced drinks, and slew of 18-and-over fist pumping revelers on the speedway, there are plenty of EDM shows right here in Orange County to get your fix. Once again, we've scoped out the five best dance music shows in Orange County this month to ensure you make the most of your hard earned ticket money.

5. Caspa
Thursday, June 27th
Yost Theater

Caspa, born Gary McCann, is an internationally known DJ and producer known for bringing dubstep to the masses. Running three highly acclaimed record labels and hosting a bi-monthly night at the infamous Fabric in his London hometown, he still managed to produce a full length album this year. The Alpha Omega tour set out on an epic list of dates all over the globe and will make its way to Orange County as part of White Rabbit's Havoc Thursdays. With support from Kill Paris, Antiserum and Mayhem you can expect some delightfully disturbing spine-rattling bass music that's sure to keep the entire Santa Ana Art District awake until they shut down the club.

4. Borgore
Wednesday, June 12th

Dubstep's bad child, Asaf Borger (aka Borgore), is the Israeli DJ/producer and rapper/singer known for his crazy antics as he is for his music. Influenced by heavy metal, his music varies as often as the chicks he poses with on Instagram, but have become staples in the EDM world. Hits like "Decisions" featuring Miley Cyrus and "Incredible" with Carnage make it impossible to not want to get down to major dubstep/electro drops. Currently on his #TURNTLIFE Spring Tour in support of his upcoming Legend EP he's going to make the swanky bottle service crowd get turned up and down right filthy at Sutra. With opening support from Carnage, the only thing missing will be the cupcake pasties you may see at EDC in support of his "bitches love cake" lyrics.

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