It’s time to cheer up and chill out since Electric Daisy Carnival is back in Las Vegas. The carnival is a four-day adventure, which is gonna storm up the floors from 17th May to May 19th. The fest will live-stream on four different channels, this time.
What makes Electric Daisy Carnival different?
Hold back your horses because this time Electric Daisy Carnival is bigger than ever. Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is a globally acclaimed music-dance festival, largest in Insomniac’s area of productions. It all started in year 1997 as a warehouse party in LA. Since then it has sprouted into internationally recognized event, famous for the live music experience.
The fest attracts nearly one million fans on an annual basis. Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas is the largest festival of it’s kind in North America. It also takes place in areas of Florida, Mexico and Japan as well.
This year, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas is gonna feature awstruck performances from David Guetta, A$AP Rocky, Tiesto, Kaskade,Deadmau5, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Idris Elba, Armin Van Buuren and Martin Garrix. Bill Nye will be taking over the festival’s opening ceremony.
Fortunately, only a number of tickets and VIP passes are still available for the fest. You may make their purchase via fest’s website online.
For recaps and virtual visits to EDC 2019
The sets and several other contents of the show will be made available for general public soon. People can experience the thrill either from website of Insomniac Event(which are their main promoters) or LiveXLive app.
The mobile application is available both on Android and iOs. You may find all impending details on Apple TV, Amazon fire TV and Roku. Besides, the Livestreaming through the four channels will be done accordingly.
Channel 1 of live-stream will broadcast performances from stages- kineticFIELD, cosmicMEADOW and circuitGROUNDS. They are considered as the chief stages in the whole event.
It will also shoot behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, art cars and details of Camp EDC. Meanwhile, Channel 2, will focus on full sets from kineticFIELD only. Channel 3, however will feature cosmicMEADOW while circuitGROUNDS will be covered by Channel 4.
Get ready to enjoy the vibrations of ‘electric sky’ of Las Vegas.
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