The Five Must-See Local EDM Shows in June

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Any EDM fan knows that this month marks the 18th annual Electric Daisy Carnival - the US's largest dance music festival held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway June 20th - 22nd. But if you're not one of the 400,000 fans waiting for their EDC package with tickets in the mail this week, then fear not. With so many artist being routed through Orange County these days, you can get your EDM dance fix every week to some of electronic music's biggest names and favorite local DJs. We did all the hard work for you and picked out the five must-see shows happening right here in your own backyard. The only thing missing is carnival rides and fireworks, but with fourth of July and the OC Fair right around the corner, we think you'll survive.

5. Crookers, Bones B2B Precept and Mikey Made
Thursday, June 5th
Yost Theater

The hilarious and talented Italian Francesco 'Phra' Barbaglia, or Crookers as he's known on stage, celebrates the release of the remixes for his latest hit "Able To Maximize" on his own Ciao Records today, which includes reworks by artist like Chuckie and Franskild. Currently on his US tour, he makes his way to Santa Ana as part of White Rabbit's HAVOC Thursdays at the Yost Theater this week. With opening support from local favorites Bones back-to-back with Precept and Mikey Made, you can expect an epic bass heavy electro party for the 18-and-over crowd that likes to turn up on a school night. 9:30pm, 307 N. Spurgeon Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701.

4. Trent Cantrelle, Freddy Be and Native Behavior
Wednesday, June 11th
Le Cave

Trent Cantrelle's "Sounds Like" Sunday parties and Freddy Be's "Monday Night Social" in LA have become staple's with the underground dance music community. This month the Modern Disco Ambassador's bring the same deep house groove to OC for their reputable Le Cave Wednesdays. House heads, hipsters, talented taste-makers and good beats is what you can look forward to with additional opening support by the house duo Native Behavior. If you're looking for quality house music next week then follow MDA to get your dance-on mid week. 10pm - 2am, 1875 Irvine Ave, Costa Mesa, CA 92627.

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