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Want EDC tickets? There are still some left for sale

Updated May 15, 2024 - 7:26 pm

The Electric Daisy Carnival returns to Las Vegas this weekend, and although general admission tickets are sold out, you can still find some online through resale sites like StubHub.

Three-day GA tickets on the EDC website were originally on sale for $379, plus taxes and fees, but are now sold out. As of Wednesday morning, a little over two dozen tickets were still available for sale on StubHub ranging from $499 to $748 each.

Tickets for the 3-day GA+ Experience Pass, which includes expedited entry and access to “premium” restrooms, were still available for sale on the EDC website on Wednesday for $758.99 after taxes and fees. StubHub was also selling GA+ tickets between $647 and $746 each.

Three-day VIP Elevated Experience Passes, which include fast entry, access to elevated view decks, special food and drink options and other VIP-only activities, were also still available on the EDC website on Wednesday. Tickets were going for $1,379.98 after taxes and fees on the website, but on StubHub, you can find VIP tickets for as little as $791.

Single-day GA tickets, GA+ tickets and VIP tickets for Sunday are still on sale on the EDC website, with basic GA tickets going for $280 after taxes and fees, $375 for GA+ and $500 for VIP.

Single-day GA tickets for Saturday are in the single digits on StubHub and are being sold for similar prices as the three-day GA tickets at $748. No single-day GA tickets for Friday and Sunday were available for sale on the website.

Ticket resale website SeatGeek was selling GA tickets for Saturday only ranging from $663 to $868, GA+ tickets for $911 and VIP passes ranging from $1,097 to $1,344 each. Sunday GA tickets were on sale for $677 to $844, GA+ tickets were $931 and VIP tickets were $1,145 to $1,373 each for the day.

This year’s lineup includes big name DJs like David Guetta, deadmau5, Zedd, Steve Aoki and more, with over 525,000 people expected to attend.

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