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Follow along for live updates from Las Vegas Sun and Las Vegas Weekly reporters at the festival.
From traffic jams and long medic tent lines to an awesome WasteLand stage and something of a musical history lesson at the Funk House.
I can’t help but feel like I’ve been here before. It is an actual carnival—on steroids.
The new Carnival Square with multiple options for food and beverages, meet-and-greets, photo opps and services (cell phone charging, massages) — plus, bathrooms instead of ...
Attendees took to Twitter after the 2015 Electric Daisy Carnival to complain about huge traffic delays exiting the festival, with some saying it took more ...
According to event producer Insomniac, more than 134,000 electronic dance music fans flooded the Speedway for 2015's inaugural night.
Festival organizer Insomniac expects about 140,000 people to crowd the Las Vegas Motor Speedway each day ...
How Wi-Fi hotspots, iBeacons and livestreaming will serve those at the festival—and those at home.
“I love the name Snails … It’s badass, it’s super fun, it doesn’t take itself too seriously."
The brother-duo is a big deal globally, but is just now hitting its stride in Vegas
Make the most out of your Electric Daisy Carnival experience!
Acts are pairing up all across the Speedway this weekend.
The U.K. producer/DJ born Adam Dyment locks you into a groove and hit the feels.
Under-the-radar EDC DJs: Sure, you know Kaskade and Calvin Harris, but have you checked out Freedom Fighters or Alison Wonderland?
That beats Coachella by three years.