Tickets for the mammoth electronic dance music festival go on sale Dec. 1
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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.
The Electric Daisy Carnival, the world’s largest dance music event, held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway over three days in June, has officially sold out three months in advance.
The DJs finished spinning, packed up and left the city. And more than 115,000 people followed.
Follow our staff as we cover the Electric Daisy Carnival on Sunday night. The people, the color, the news ... have a look at what’s happening at an event that is like no other.
Heart-racing music isn’t the only thing that sends jolts of energy through Electric Daisy Carnival attendees.
Follow our staff as we cover the Electric Daisy Carnival this weekend. The people, the color, the news ... have a look at what’s happening at an event that is like no other.
The music was everywhere as the Las Vegas Motor Speedway infield transformed into a walk-in subwoofer as saturated in sound as its 115,000 visitors were in glowing neon colors.
It was a wedding unlike any Brian Mills has ministered before. Maybe it was the bass-heavy music blaring through Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Or the parade of neon lights flashing. Maybe even, a throng of more than 100,000 scantily-clad people roaming nearby.
He branded his company Insomniac Events upon founding it two decades ago, and as of late, Pasquale Rotella has been taking its name literally.
It’s an impenetrably dense forest of light, sound and dancing fruit.
Electric Daisy Carnival returns to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for its 17th annual celebration on June 21, 22 and 23. EDC Week also returns to Las Vegas for an entire week of nightclub and day club events, a music conference and other special surprises spanning the week of June 18–25.
A cannonade of flowers, flesh, fuzzy boots and chest-caving beats will blast Vegas again next year, as the Electric Daisy Carnival today announced it will return to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on June 21-23. One of the biggest dance music events in...
A 31-year-old Florida man who was struck by a truck after leaving the Electric Daisy Carnival on Monday morning has died. Nevada Highway Patrol said the man died at University Medical Center on Saturday morning. Troopers received news about the...
A 22-year-old woman who had paranoid delusions after taking drugs at the Electric Daisy Carnival died Monday after she fell from her Strip hotel room, according to her family and friends.