Insomniac Events, the company behind the Electric Daisy Carnival, is turning 30 next year. According to founder Pasquale Rotella, they’ll celebrate by creating a “unique experience” at EDC 2023.
The 2022 Electric Daisy Carnival ended Monday morning and the organizers of the music festival have already announced the dates for next year’s event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The end of the festival has also led to significant traffic delays going out of the Las Vegas valley on Monday.
Grimes, Deadmau5 with Kaskade, and others highlight the 2022 version of the massive dance music festival.
As hundreds of thousands leave the Electric Daisy Carnival and merge with Monday work commuters, major delays can develop.
Check out the scene from Saturday night and Sunday morning as the world’s biggest electronic dance music artists kept crowds moving through Night Two of EDC.
Friday morning’s gusty winds should not be an issue in the Las Vegas Valley through the weekend.
The “Bash at the Bureau” celebrated those getting married at EDC this weekend.
Traffic restrictions will be in place Friday through Sunday as hundreds of thousands of expected EDM fans are set to converge on the speedway.
Motel and hotel rates more than three times the average give the local economy an Electric Daisy Carnival boost that will help the rebound from the COVID-19 days.