Electric Daisy Carnival 2011

Electric Daisy Carnival: By the numbers

The ferris wheel, one of the many rides is seen during a media tour of the Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Thursday, June 23, 2011.
Photo: Justin M. Bowen
Conor Shine

Nights: Three. The music starts at 8 p.m. each night and goes until sunrise.

Stages: Six, with names like Kinetic Field, Neon Garden and Cosmic Meadow

DJs: 140, including Tiësto Paul Oakenfold, David Guetta and Swedish House Mafia

Attendees: 250,000

Hours of music: 173.5

Tickets: $215 for a three day pass, $500 for the VIP pass

Venue size: 43.5 million square feet, 15 times larger than the Los Angeles Coliseum which held last year’s event

Amusement rides: 25, including merry-go-rounds, a ferris wheel and a small roller coaster

Art installations: 13

Watering Stations: 96

Medical staff: 70 to 80 caregivers on site, including six ER doctors

Ambulances: 14

Parking spaces: 40,000

Extra Taxi Cabs: 112

Nevada Highway Patrol Troopers: 60 extra troopers to help with traffic

Lowest average room rate on the Strip: $169 at Circus Circus

Highest average room rate on the Strip: $599 at the Venetian

Super 8 motel room rate: $189 per night for the motel 3 miles from the event ($42 regular)


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