An Ecstasy overdose caused the death of a 24-year-old man at the Electric Daisy Carnival in June, the Clark County coroner's office determined.
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The 24-year-old man who died at the Electric Daisy Carnival early Sunday morning was identified Wednesday as Nicholas Austin Tom, of San Francisco.
Against another day of 100-degree weather, festival attendees of Electric Daisy Carnival hit the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday for the final night of 2015.
Bryan Cranston isn’t done with Walter White just yet, as the “Breaking Bad” star channeled the anti-hero at dance music festival Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. The actor made a special surprise appearance during British trance crew Above & Beyond’s Saturday night set.
Of 408 medical calls reported from the three-day carnival, seven people were transported to area hospitals and one person died, Metro wrote in a release Sunday morning.
Festival-goers have arrived dressed in their neon candy beads and have filled the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a weekend full of electronic dance music.
The Electric Daisy Carnival bounces into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend. Before the sun goes down and the lights go up, here’s a look back at some of the best photos from last year’s EDC Las Vegas.
For decades, nobody wanted to have this conversation. But incidents outside the speedway are impossible to ignore, and the promoters of the Electric Daisy Carnival now are leading the conversation.
If you’re not immersed in dance music’s subculture, the buzz EDC generates likely resonates at the same frequency as white noise. But what may seem like little more than a debaucherous dance party in the desert, populated by people in wild getups, some wearing next to nothing at all, is far more than that to a legion of people all over the country.
Don’t have a ticket for the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway? Don’t worry. The producer announces a full schedule of pool parties and club nights at the venues on the Las Vegas Strip during that week.
It used to take the Electric Daisy Carnival a few months to sell out. Now, it looks to be only a matter of weeks before all passes to the massive electronic music festival are gone.
Tickets for the mammoth electronic dance music festival go on sale Dec. 1
The Clark County coroner’s office says a California man who died in June while in Las Vegas for the Electronic Daisy Carnival overdosed on drugs.
The folks at Insomniac Events, which puts on the Electric Daisy Carnival, have released a cool series of videos chronicling this year’s festivities, featuing performances by the likes of Laidback Luke, Arty and Boregore.
Montgomery Tsang, the 24-year-old man found unresponsive on the first night of the Electric Daisy Carnival last month, died from an ecstasy overdose, the Clark County coroner’s office announced Wednesday.
“Under the Electric Sky,” a 3-D documentary about the Electric Daisy Carnival, shot at EDC 2013, opens today at AMC Town Square 18.
A California man visiting Las Vegas for the Electric Daisy Carnival died Wednesday, John Fudenberg, of the Clark County coroner’s office, said Friday.
“Under the Electric Sky” follows a Texas college student, a group of friends from Massachusetts, long-distance lovers, a man in a wheelchair, an engaged couple and a “rave family” as they travel to Las Vegas for the 2013 Electric Daisy Carnival.
Take a stab at exactly who was at EDC. Twenty-somethings? Check. Old school ravers? Check. Circus performers? Check. Locals? Not so much.
Authorities are investigating the circumstances behind the Saturday night death of a 25-year-old Everett, Wash., man who attended the Electric Daisy Carnival. It was the second death connected to EDC this year.
Three days. Twenty-six hours (plus four spent in parking lots). Thirty-seven performances seen, whole or in part. This was my Electric Daisy Carnival weekend.
Sunday night closed out the 2014 version of the Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The last night of Electric Daisy Carnival came to a close Monday morning. The event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway drew in crowds by the thousands, each night seeing about 134,000 attendees, according to Insomniac Events.
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