UNITY AND CREATIVITY
Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) has otherwise been known as the pinnacle festival in the electronic music scene for quite some time now. 21 years ago, Pasqualle Rotella – Founder & CEO of Insomniac, took a leap of faith and followed his dream. Along this journey, he developed a perfect storm where dance music fans alike can make long lasting memories while giving artist a stage with a captivated and devoted audience.
To call EDC just a party or rave would just be degrading and downright disrespectful. The three-day festival has taken place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway since 2011 and has been rapidly growing over the years. Each night, over 135,000 attendees find their way to one of a variety of different stages or art cars. Last year, the festival brought in over 400,000 music lovers throughout the three-day festival. It’s to go without saying that EDC is growing both in size and complexity within production bigger every year. Rotella states “EDC Las Vegas is a temporary city constructed once a year by thousands of passionate people, and no two EDCs are ever the same.”
Though many come for the jaw-dropping lineup with over 100+ best artists in the EDM industry today, many more come for the experience. EDC offers more than just a stage with a DJ, they bring, amazing art car displays, parades, wedding ceremonies, breathtaking stage production, spectacular firework displays, and much much more. To me, you can see a majority of these artists anytime at the closest major city near you. But at EDC, both you and the DJ’s are in for a treat. For the attendee, you’re getting the best set this artist has. These artists put their heart and soul into sets as big as EDC and you feel it while they’re performing. Honestly, these artists are just as stoked to be there as you are to watch them. For the artists, this is their chance to release new music and put everything they got on the table.