Seven Stages, DJs And Roaming Entertainment Entertain Fans
Once again, it was a huge success.
The 17th annual Electric Daisy Carnival concluded on Sunday, June 23, with another sold-out crowd. They were treated to top DJs playing electronic music into the Sin City night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Additionally on Sunday, eight art cars provided roaming entertainment, including the Rockbox, a boom box-inspired vehicle that includes its own dedicated sound system.
A fireworks display began at 2 a.m. while pyrotechnics lit up all seven stages until dawn.
This year’s Discovery Project showcased 30 aspiring DJ/producers, performing at their own dedicated stage on the festival grounds. Those from last year’s competition also performed all the three nights, promoting the development of emerging dance music talent.
An estimated 80,000 fans gathered at Kinetic Field for the Night Owl Experience, a brainchild of Insomniac CEO and Founder Pasquale Rotella. Incorporating unique audiovisual elements and special effects, a theatrical cast took over the stage alongside the 100-foot tall owl while hundreds of glowing beach balls dropped from the sky and a spider’s web crawled over the sea of fans dancing below.
The next Electric Daisy Carnival is across the pond in London on July 20 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.