Organizers on Tuesday released an economic impact report for the most recent edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, which shows the 2015 installment of the festival generated more than $350 million.
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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.
Check out the latest photos from EDC Las Vegas 2014.
Las Vegas couple, who say electronic music is an integral part of their relationship, partied in their third year together at the Electric Daisy Carnival.
A few thoughts on day two of the Electric Daisy Carnival.
Arrests decreased while ejections escalated at Electric Daisy Carnival’s second night compared to day one, Las Vegas police said Sunday morning.
Electric Daisy Carnival experienced its second day of 2014 on Saturday. Check out these photos from the event.
A man who was rushed to the hospital from the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway died early Saturday morning.
The sound roaring from the stage like a storm front of bass was pretty much indivisible from the scream-inducing drop tower nearby.
Of the 143,000 people at EDC, no one is dressed casually — some people aren’t really dressed at all. But when it comes down to it, according to many festivalgoers, it’s all about the outfit.
The Electric Daisy Carnival arrives at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend with a pulsating beat and millions of dollar signs, just like NASCAR Weekend. Is it possible the EDC disc jockeys have become bigger stars than their NASCAR counterparts?
With the Electric Daisy Carnival back this weekend, so is Dada Life. Since the success of the Swedish DJ duo at EDCs past, Dada Life has been on a quest to one-up themselves at each EDC appearance.
Kaskade or Avicii?
Extra Nevada Highway Patrol troopers will be on duty over the weekend to manage traffic for this weekend’s three-night Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
For the first time, the Electric Daisy Carnival will be broadcast live online via the website for promoter Insomniac Events.
With the Electric Daisy Carnival just days away, just how big an undertaking is the three-day event? Here’s a look at the numbers.
Taxicabs and buses taking Electric Daisy Carnival fans to and from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the site of the dusk-to-dawn electronic music festival June 20-22, will be allowed to drive through Nellis Air Force Base to avoid traffic.
Next month, a documentary on the Electric Daisy Carnival, “Under the Electric Sky,” will open here in Vegas. And it looks like another EDC-related movie — on Insomniac founder Pasqualle Rotella — may soon be in the works.
Superstar DJ-producers on EDC lineup include Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Kaskade, Avicii, Afrojack and many more.
Pat Christenson remembers the old days — a mere three years ago — when there was not a single multiday outdoor music festival in Las Vegas. Now Christenson glows with pride when he ticks off the growing number of music festivals that have picked Las Vegas as their home.
“Under the Electric Sky” is a new 3-D film about the Electric Daisy Carnival that’s a headfirst plunge into the audio-visual wonderland that is the mammoth dance music festival.
Nearly 200 additional taxicabs have been authorized to operate during the weekend of the Electric Daisy Carnival in June.