Electric Daisy Carnival

This year's Electric Daisy Carnival, June 16-18 in Las Vegas, will bring new artists and themes to the festival.

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February 9th, 2017

This year's Electric Daisy Carnival, June 16-18 in Las Vegas, will bring new artists and themes to the festival.

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    Three-day general admission passes start at $335 plus taxes and fees.

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    Performer Marco Landin was injured during an altercation at this year's festival.

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    From his Kinetic Field set to his Marshmello prank, Tiësto conquered the Speedway.

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    From EDC to Fremont Street, the Dutch DJ has truly taken over.

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    Two decades after EDC's debut, there's still nothing comparable.

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    "Jesus is love, and a place like this is full of everybody that loves each other. So what better place to bring Jesus?”

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    EDC takes the cake when it comes to the awesomely outlandish.

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    With more than 130,000 attendees at 2016 EDC on Sunday, Metro Police tallied a record number of single-day felony arrests for the second consecutive day ...

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    From house legend Armand Van Helden to EDM superstars Axwell and Ingrosso to ambient house upstart Tycho, Saturday night told the musical story of the ...

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    More than 135,000 daily visitors have filled LVMS for EDC through its first two nights. While many of the participants are return visitors to the ...

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    With more than 135,000 attendees at Night 2 of the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Metro Police tallied a new record for ...

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    “We should be college students, but we just work and go to festivals.”

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    EDC’s sights and sounds are overwhelming and beautiful. One partier’s totem reads: “Welcome home.”

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    An estimated 135,000 festivalgoers attended the first day of the 2016 Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday, and a very small ...

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    Highlights and downsides include the new log ride, Kaskade, the flaming bug and—surprise!—the parking.

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    The founder of Insomniac discussed his humble beginnings promoting raves in LA, EDC's move to Vegas and more.

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    The vision of the original architects of Las Vegas Motor Speedway is certainly a prominent reason for the success of the Electric Daisy Carnival. But ...

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    Chad Craig heads up sound, lighting and props for what's being called a pop-up rave at this weekend's festival.

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