EDC tickets are available for sale.
Here's upcoming Electric Daisy Carnival schedule as below.
Note: They offer VIP, 3-day pass and General Admission (GA) available.
Here are three solid reasons to buy Electric Daisy Carnival tickets. You feel at home in ginormous crowds. Your idea of sunshine is neon lights. You resonate with feel-good music.
In 2015, fans have five locations to choose from: San Juan, Puerto Rico – February; Mexico City – February; New York – May (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ); Las Vegas on June and Milton Keynes, UK on July.
You can expect Electric Daisy Carnival tickets to go in a hurry. Vegas VIP passes and General Admission tickets went on sale December 1, 2014. New Yorkers are grabbing prime seats, or as they say, "in a New York second". Neither of these locations offer a single day pass. Every single one of Las Vegas Electric Daisy Carnival tickets sold last year early in March, even before the line-up was announced.
In 1997, Electric Daisy Carnival debuted in Los Angeles and its fame exploded as ecstatic partygoer's danced to the music all night long. It now holds the distinction of "North America's Largest Music Festival".
Shall we delve into facts about Electric Daisy Carnival?
Last year, in excess of 400,000 Electric Daisy Carnival guests converged at host cities to experience their own version of nirvana. In addition to eight stages with over 200 acts, attractions include: drumming, art, circus-type acts, tilt-a-whirl, Ferris wheel and mini-coaster.
This music festival served as inspiration for "Under the Electric Sky", a documentary. Armchair travelers may want to watch another documentary titled, "The Electric Daisy Carnival Experience".
Rave-obsessed couples can tie the knot at a newish wedding chapel on the Vegas Speedway.
Facts about EDC that hit the newspapers:
Since 2007, seven people's deaths were related to the Electric Daisy Carnival. Last year in Las Vegas, the coroner ruled the death of a person discovered in the parking lot as an "accidental overdose on ecstasy".
The way we see it, just being present at the festival brings on sensory overload. Adding drugs to the mix invites catastrophe.