Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is the grand daddy of all music festivals. EDC delivers the most extravagant lighting displays, set designs with spectacular fireworks and laser lights. Furthermore it is the largest music festival in America.
There is entertainment in the form of amusement rides, neon art installations, arcade games and carnival performers. The original venue is in Las Vegas. The brand also hosts several festivals in cities across America and overseas.
Get your official tickets from the organisers. There are three types of tickets are General Admission (GA), General Admission pass (GA+) and VIP. VIP tickets are for ages 21 and up whereas General Admission is for 18 years and older.
EDC 2018 will for the first time allow camping! This will reduce the traffic and increase the party vibe atmosphere. All camping options are for the 4 full nights. You have two options for tent camping. There is also the option of driving your own RV and parking it at the campsite. For a full run down of camping visit EDC.
There are a ton of hotels available in Las Vegas. A great hotel would be one that is close to the bus shuttles. To get a well priced stay look for a place that is off the main strip. The Las Vegas strip refers to Las Vegas Boulevard; more specifically the area between Sahara Avenue and Russell Road. In terms of buildings it is from SLS Las Vegas to Mandalay Bay.
One way to get to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is through the official bus shuttle service. The bus shuttle is awesome if you won't have a car or don't plan on driving. You can also arrange your own transfer using a taxi or uber.
Closest International Airport: McCarran International Airport (LAS), Las Vegas
1) Wear comfortable shoes that allow you to walk, jump and dance. Ladies this mean sneakers or flats.
2) Bring an empty camelbak or water bottle to stay hydrated. There are free water refill stations located on the grounds.
3) As always, bring ear plugs to protect your ears from the excessively loud music.
4) Carry a small pack of tissues and wet wipes. The portable loos tend to run out of toilet paper.