After a smoother experience getting to the venue on Sunday, the revelers are enjoying the third and final night of the 2017 Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
It only takes a few moments at the Electric Daisy Carnival to get a sense for the trends: metallics, spandex, fishnets, pastels and strappy tops and accessories. It’s the unicorn food trend in rave wear form.
The Electric Daisy Carnival moves into its third day with no fatalities but has seen a sharp increase in medical calls since last year, the Metropolitan Police Department said Sunday.
Lasers, flashing neon lights and fireworks assail attendees’ senses from all sides from the moment they arrive at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And lighting designers like Steve Lieberman and his team are responsible for setting the mood.
Night two of the 2017 Electric Daisy Carnival kicked off at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night and all we can say is — PLUR.
There’s so much more to the three-night extravaganza at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The festival focuses as much on art and immersive, multisensory experiences as it does on the music.
The sun was in full force Friday as excited Electric Daisy Carnival attendees anticipated the opening of the gates for the three-day event. Already they were feeling the effects of the triple-digit temperatures.
The revelers are arriving and the first night of the 2017 Electric Daisy Carnival is getting underway at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Vehicles faced delays of about 90 minutes just after 9 p.m. Friday on parts of Interstate 15 leading to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the site of the Electric Daisy Carnival.