Electric Daisy Carnival is in it’s third year here in Las Vegas in June. EDC is an international annual electronica dance music festival that is held in spring, summer and fall months in the US, Puerto Rico and UK. Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas lasted 3 days in 2011 and drew a total of 230,000 people and in 2012 it drew 300,000 people.

Electric Daisy Carnival Admission

The tickets for Electric Daisy Carnival tickets sell out usually the day that they go on sale, the other option is to purchase a VIP Table.

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Electric Daisy Carnival History

Electric Daisy Carnival was started in 1997 at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, CA. In the early years EDC was held at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Exposition Park in LA, National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, , Lake Dolores Waterpark in Barstow, Hansen Dam in Lake View Terrace, and the International Agri-Center in Tulare. The festival packed an event in Los Angeles in 2010, making it the biggest electronic music festival outside Europe, earning it the nickname the “American Ibiza”. Insomniac Events have also brought the festival to other regions including Colorado and Texas. 2009 marked the first year that the festival occurred in Puerto Rico. In 2010, the event expanded to include Dallas, Texas, and in 2011, an event in Orlando, Florida was added. In 2012, the EDC expanded to New York with a 3 day festival (as of 2013, 2-day), and in 2013 it will also expand to London, UK.

Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas

Insomniac will create an enhanced music festival experience by transforming the Speedway into a fully immersive carnival adventure featuring theatrical performers, including fire twirlers, aerialists, dancers and stilt walkers. Vibrant large-scale art installations and state-of-the-art lighting and sound production will span across seven stages inside the 1,000-acre complex creating a complete audiovisual experience for festival-goers.

For the past three years Electric Daisy Carnival has brought some of the world’s best electronic DJs to Las Vegas. So what does that mean for pool parties in Las Vegas? It means that you will have an opportunity to see some of your favorite DJs at your favorite Las Vegas pools. The pools to look out for are Daylight Beach Club, Encore Beach Club, Marquee Dayclub, Rehab Las Vegas Tao Beach and Wet Republic.

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