Overheard on Electric Daisy Carnival Night 2

Festival goers get pumped up to the sounds of Tiesto performing at the Kinetic Field Stage during the second night of EDC Las Vegas 2017 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, June 18, 2017. L.E. Baskow
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"I’m just here to bring love. Give love and it will come back.”

“If I can’t get in, I’ll just get a taco and rave outside. That’s still lit.”

“It’s all right, you don’t have to pretend you’re not looking at other people’s pasties.”

EDC 2017 Night 2

“I made a totem with my mom’s face, because why not? I love my mom.”

“My nose is thirsty, bro.”

“I can’t believe DJs get paid so much to play other people’s songs.”

“They call me chief dance-a-lot.”

“The 24-hour drive from Texas to here wasn’t that bad, but getting from Planet Hollywood to the Speedway sucked.”

“Every time I lay down and close my eyes on the grass, people keep walking up and asking if I'm okay.”

“All is going to work out the way you manifest it to be.”

“Who would want to carry around the state flag of Colorado all night? Can’t you just wear it on your shirt?”

“I don’t care if you’re chillin’, I want you to rock with me. That’s what I’m saying.”

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