20th Anniversary EDC Show Features Headliners From 60 Countries
It brings in more than 100,000 fans from all over the world and there are still a few tickets remaining for the 2016 event.
Prices are $355 (plus a $74.99 fee) for General Admission and $699 (plus an $86.24 fee) for VIP. You can also buy shuttle passes from various hotels on The Strip to the speedway – highly recommended! – for the three days, priced at $90 (plus a $16.09 fee).
Don’t sleep on the latter; one of the locations is already sold out of shuttle passes.
The Electric Daisy Carnival is North America’s largest dance music festival. The 2016 theme is “20 Years Under the Electric Sky.”
It features music and DJs on eight stages, carnival rides, neon and lighted artwork, roving performers and a central gathering spot called Carnival Square. It’s a full-on experience for lovers of music, electronic music and just festivals in general.
There are also food & beverage vendors and even a General Store.
Put on by the appropriately named Insomniac Productions, the EDC is routinely praised by the Las Vegas sheriff’s department as being one of the most friendly, happiest events of the year in the city.
Gates open each night at 7 p.m., and the shows end at 5:30 a.m. There are no in-out privileges (then again, when you’re in, why would you want out of it?).
The set list and times are announced a few days before the first night via EDC’s website and its various social media outlets.
Links: EDC Tickets