Pasquale Rotella, the CEO of EDC and Insomniac Events (the company that runs the festival), is helping with relief efforts for people affected by recent storms in the Bahamas.
EDC Las Vegas have sent tents to the Bahamas to help the relief efforts following Hurricane Dorian.
Having recently sold out next year's event in record time, organisers Insomniac have sent 750 repurposed tents (or Shiftpod2 Advanced Shelter Systems) from this year's festival to provide protection for families affecting by the storm.
A category 5 hurricane, Dorian is regarded as the worst natural disaster in the country's history.
The Las Vegas edition of Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) has sold out in record time.
Tickets for EDC Las Vegas went on sale on Friday 20th September at midday, and had sold out completely by 1PM on Sunday 22nd September. Pasquale Rotella, founder of Insomniac groups, the events team who are behind both EDC and Holy Ship!, shared the news of the ticket sales via his Instagram account.
EDC Las Vegas will take place from May 15th to 17th 2020 at the Las Vegas City Speedway.
Check out the trailer for EDC Las Vegas below.
The full line-up for the sixth edition of EDC Mexico has been announced with Skrillex confirmed to make his return to the festival for the first time since his appearance alongside Diplo as Jack Ü in 2015.
Also lined up to play the event are Paul van Dyk, Kaskade, Rezz, DJ Snake, Pachanga Boys, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Loco Dice, Solardo and lots more.
The main stage of EDC Orlando caught fire on Saturday (10th November) night.
It happened during L.A. DJ and producer Kayzo's kineticFIELD set at the annual Florida event. Though it forced organisers to evacuate the stage, the fire was contained and no one sustained any injuries related to the incident.
Tickets for EDC Las Vegas 2019 will go on sale next week.
Ranging from General Admission ($319) and GA+ ($499) to VIP ($779), tickets will go on sale on Friday 28th September at 10am PT. You can snap them up here.
Insomniac Events have revealed the first details for Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2019.
North America's largest dance music festival will return to cover more than 1,000 acres of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, running from 17th - 19th May, with over 200 artists set to make appearances— this year headliners included Afrojack, Don Diablo, Boys Noize and DJ Mag North America favourite, Porter Robinson.
Tickets for EDC Las Vegas 2019 have gone on sale.
In a surprise e-mail announcement, organisers are offering fans a limited pre-sale opportunity to secure tickets at significantly reduced deposit rates, priced $19.99 for GA, $49.99 for GA+, and $69.99 for VIP.
New to next year’s outing - which runs across 17th-19th May - the GA+ pass includes perks such as faster entry lines and air-conditioned bathrooms. In total, the new option will set you back $499, compared to GA at $319 and VIP at $779.
Tiësto paid tribute to Avicii during his set at Electric Daisy Carnival over the weekend (19th - 20th May), with a 12-minute megamix of the Swedish DJ's biggest hits.
The set also featured vocals from Aloe Blacc who took the stage for a live rendition of Avicii’s country-meets-EDM crossover hit ‘Wake Me Up’.
Tiësto urged the crowd to 'celebrate Avicii's memory' before opening the megamix with Avicii’s 2015 single, ‘Waiting For Love’. Other tracks from the mix included ‘My Feelings For You’, ‘Seek Bromance’ and ‘Levels’.
Electric Daisy Carnival has lined up Alison Wonderland, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Above & Beyond, deadmau5 and many more for its 2018 event, set to take place on 12th and 13th May at Zozo Marine Stadium & Makuhari Beach Park in Chiba, Japan.
Other acts confirmed for the two-day festival include Alan Walker, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Flosstradamus and Vini Vici, plus underground sounds from Camelphat, Paul Woolford, Tensnake, Solardo and more.