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For the first time, Electric Daisy Carnival will feature a camping site

If camp was your preferred part of summertime as a kid, sorry to dissatisfy you. Camp EDC will be absolutely nothing like that.

For the first time ever, the 22nd-annual Electric Daisy Carnival will use on-site outdoor camping, and it will not be your typical sleep-in-your-store-bought-tent and go-days-without-showering outdoor experience, like the one I had roughing it at Coachella a decade ago. EDC campers will have access to air-conditioned ShiftPod tents (and a Recreational Vehicle option), together with a camp center called the Mesa that will include activities like daytime swimming pool parties, yoga and workout classes, a speaker series, go-kart racing, sound healing, hula-hoop classes, rave aerobics, a barber store, food trucks, charging stations and more. And naturally, the Thursday-night kickoff party will likewise feature unique DJ guest sets, since EDC, duh.

If you scored Camp EDC tickets prior to they offered out on May 2, make sure to carry your ID on you at all times, as law enforcement might randomly card campers seen drinking alcohol– and remember that hard liquor, drugs, glass bottles and LED gloves are forbidden. For a full list of what flies at Camp EDC, see lasvegas.electricdaisycarnival.com/camp-edc

EDC 2018 relocate to May and adds outdoor camping program

The yearly festival juggernaut known as the Electric Daisy Carnival has actually revealed some huge modifications for its 8th event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

EDC 2018 will be held May 18-20, moving from its standard Dad’s Day weekend in June, with tickets going on sale Thursday, September 28 at noon. The three-day fest will include prolonged hours, which will include a new opening ceremony on the Cosmic Meadow lawn before gates open every day, and occasion manufacturers Insomniac will be turning over its shuttle bus program to “an independent group that operates the country’s largest music and sporting events,” according to the statement.

However the biggest brand-new development created to ease the constantly frustrating traffic circulation to and from the Speedway is to turn EDC into a huge outdoor camping trip. For the first time, the occasion will offer a “completely immersive camping program” nearby to the celebration grounds where people can lease air-conditioned tents with dust-control canvas walls, synthetic lawn and electrical outlets, or upgrade to tents with beds, linens, towels and furnishings. (Attendees will not be permitted to bring their own tents.) Festival-goers can likewise bring their own rv and hook it as much as the pre-arranged power website or lease a totally set up, Insomniac-provided Recreational Vehicle. Costs for all rentals will be revealed in the future.

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“The new outdoor camping areas will eliminate vehicle traffic for campers, offering a simple commute and hassle-free ins and outs of the celebration every day,” specifies today’s statement. “At the center of the camping sites, fans can enjoy lots of shade, seating, water, food and beverage suppliers, a general shop, activities and more. A surrounding location will permit the development of Noise Camps where headliners [participants] can build out their own themed environments.”

Construction on Interstate 15 to develop extra lanes and a pull-off location near the Speedway is expected to be finished before EDC starts. In 2017, more than 400,000 people went to the celebration over 3 days.

Early Owl three-day general admission passes are $325 and VIP three-day passes are $699 (prior to taxes and charges). Guests who miss early ticket buying will have the chance to acquire the brand-new Wise Owl tier at $340 for three-day basic admission. For more information, go to edclasvegas.com.