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2017 Electric Daisy Carnival

Electric Daisy Carnival will be making multiple stops in 2017. EDC will bring their world famous shows to locations around the world including Mexico and Brazil. EDC capstone show will happen in Las Vegas once again in June at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Once summer comes around EDC is heading across the world for a show festival in Tokyo, Japan. On November 6th, EDM fans can escape the cold weather and head to sunny Florida for the November 6th Orlando event. The 2017 EDC tour will wrap up in Brazil.. Tickets are selling fast so don't miss the chance to see one of the world's greatest shows live!

About Electric Daisy Carnival

Originally out of San Bernardino, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas draws in more than 400,000 music fans each year over the 3-day festival. This is the largest music event found anywhere in the United States, quite a leap from the early days when the festival drew in less than 10,000 attendants. Since Las Vegas became the home of EDC, the festival has generated more than $800 million, with non-local residents spending an average of $404 per-day in Vegas over EDC weekend.

The Electric Daisy Carnival's popularity has never been higher! The massive rave has visited visit Mexico City, New York, London, Puerto Rico and Orlando. Some of the genre's biggest acts are set to perform in front of some of the world's largest crowds. Bassnectar, Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Cedric Gervais are just some of the many acts set to perform at MetLife Stadium when the Electric Daisy Carnival heads to the east coast.

Born in lush weather and laid back weather of Southern, California, the Electric Daisy Carnival moved to the sinful, sultry confines of Las Vegas in 2011 to bring ravers from all over the Southwest the ultimate neon glow stick, electro-dance party that they’ve become known for.

Headquartered at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Electric Daisy Carnival has also featured events in Colorado, Puerto Rico, Orlando and Dallas. Electric Daisy Carnival tickets for VIP, single-day and three-day passes give you the opportunity to just drop in or stay for the duration of the party which in the past has featured such big names as Armin Van Buren, Swedish House Mafia, Basement Jaxx, Rusko, Paul Oakenfold, Infected Mushroom among many others.

The first-ever Electric Daisy Carnival was held in 1997 in Los Angeles. Ever since then, the massive rave has grown and has been held in Florida, New York, Nevada, Texas, Puerto Rico, England, and Mexico. With EDM, dubstep and house music's popularity rising, the Electric Daisy Carnival will only get bigger and bigger. Join in on the fun, and buy your tickets, and head out to the Electric Daisy Carnival today!

Electric Daisy Carnival Fun Facts 94% of total guests are from out-of-state $156.6 million were spent by concert goers in 2015 5,000 staff members in place during the festival Bassnectar has performed at the most EDC festivals (6) Total square footage of stages: 411,650 It takes 18 days to set up the EDC It takes 5 days to pack everything up 70 people have been married at EDC

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