New stage, new artists, new footprint planned for massive dance music gathering in 2017.
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The Electric Daisy Carnival has come to an end, but some of the festival-goers will be dealing with the consequences of their actions after Monday morning.
For most festival-goers at Electric Daisy Carnival, a simple tap of their wristband and the RFID chip attached to it at the festival gates granted access to a world of music, lights and dancing.
Sets from celebrated dance music acts such Chainsmokers, Zedd, Above & Beyond drew crowds so massive that latecomers were relegated to watching the performances from several hundred yards back with a sea of fans in front of them.
The second day of the Electric Daisy Carnival was successful with no fatalities but more medical calls and a fire were reported, Las Vegas police said.
The festival-goers are here and the Electric Daisy Carnival got started Saturday night at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Most Electric Daisy Carnival attendees probably don’t come to the three-day music festival seeking a civics lesson. But this year’s presidential election did not stop at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway gates.
The first day of the Electric Daisy Carnival was fairly calm with no fatalities reported, Las Vegas police said.
It will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with the Electric Daisy Carnival that traffic from the festival at the Las Vegas Speedway can be torturous.
Everybody at Electric Daisy Carnival shared a common mission: celebrating the art of self-expression.