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Vegas is the playground for every major electronic artist in the game, and Marquee is housing a ton of the aforementioned this year. Premiering on March 24th, Carnage is presenting his “Carnage in Black and White” party. The attire is, as you would guess, black and white, to keep with the theme of the night and the show is going to boast a lot of fan interaction to make the experience as memorable as possible. In honor of celebrating this soon-to-be insane night in Sin City, we have compiled the five best “festival trap remixes” that he has created for us:

1) Hardwell – Spaceman (Carnage Festival Trap Remix)

Let’s start with one of Carnage’s most famous remixes, his own take on Hardwell’s “Spaceman.” Premiering on SoundCloud a year ago, Carnage’s trap remix has racked up over 4.8 million plays, and was the catalyst for the producer’s meteoric rise through the EDM scene. 

2) Sandro Silva & Quintino – Epic (Carnage & Luminox Festival Trap Refix)

The name says it all. “Epic” has become one of the biggest songs in the progressive house genre. Whether it was dropped into Swedish House Mafia’s last set or at almost every club around the country, Carnage and Luminox took it one step further and brought this remix to a different audience.

3) Dimitri Vegas & Moguai & Like Mike – Mammoth (Heroes & Villains Vs. Carnage Festival Trap Remix)

Easily one of our favorite trap mixes out there, “Mammoth” alone was such a great song to hear live at a festival. Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike love to interact with their crowd, from pouring out shots of Grey Goose for everyone and urging the audience to take off their shirts to wave around, it wasn’t long before Carnage would spin this song his own way. Teaming up with fellow trap stars, Heroes x Villains, this song got even more colossal.

4) Showtek & Justin Prime – Cannonball (Carnage & Victor Niglio Festival Trap Remix)

You couldn’t listen to a set in 2013 without hearing a Showtek song dropped, especially “Cannonball.” Nothing, and we mean NOTHING, gets a crowd more riled up than hearing “Show us what you got when the mother f*cking beat drops!” Add in Carnages and Victor Niglio’s hip-hop-inspired beat and whoah….

5) Zatox & Nikkita – Poltergeist (Carnage Festival Trap Remix)

Our last track for our countdown features haunting vocals at the beginning of the track that add to the build up for the drop that is about to go down. “Poltergeist” as its correctly named, gets the full Carnage makeover and we are not disappointed. Every Carnage show you go to is always fun and he won’t be satisfied until every person in the crowd is dripping with sweat…this song is a must for all his fans.