If you got it, flaunt it. That certainly seems the be the case at Wet Electric every year, as the EDM festival and ginormous pool party features hordes of the skinny, stylish, or bodacious bodies wearing revealing swimwear.
Such was the scene during either of the two-day Wet Electric this past weekend, as the weekend-long event offered an endless buffet of bikini-clad chicas and beefcakes in boardshorts at both Big Surf in Tempe and Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale.
We grabbed snapshots of all the eye candy present, including those making up our rundown of the 50 most beautiful people we saw at Wet Electric 2014.
Ladies in red...
The king of the scene at Wet Electric
Looking hot while staying cool
Besties for life
Wet Electric's version of Thor
Your mixtape only wishes it was this hot
Morgan Page is a god amongst DJs
¡Viva la Mexi-Merica!
They ain't gonna give you their number, so don't even ask
Captain McHottie and her crew
What an animal
We're suckers for the brainy look.
You can bet he didn't get that 'do wet
DJ Lujan has smiles for miles
Guess electrical tape counts as acceptable swimwear
Okay, well thanks for letting us get your picture
Babes in boyland
Fun and fashionable
A go-go golden goddess.
Tongues and grooves.
Cuter than a baby panda
This dude brought his own wingman
Ready to party
Even hipsters dig EDM
Punk as fuck
Million dollar smiles
Bad girls and bad intentions
The Chainsmokers get booties moving
Ready to rumble
Stylish and sweet
A one-man dance machine
Pretty in pink
Truckers everywhere would be proud of that 'stache
Having a blast
This is as close as they'll let you get
Sexy and serious
Fun in the sun
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