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EDC Las Vegas Bottle Service, VIP Parking, and Helicopter Rides...Oh My!

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Insomniac Events, partnering with Marquee Day and Nightclub, has revealed VIP packages for the sold-out Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas which will be held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on June 20-22, 2014.

Offerings VIP experience at Electric Daisy Carnival, include VIP tables, will receive premier. golf cart transportation from the entrance to the table, gift bags full of EDC swag, a private cabana with bottle service and a diverse menu of food options with wait-staff.

Reservations begin at $2,000 and can be made by visiting here Any questions can be directed to or by calling 702-765-6650.

The most talked about VIP service for Electric Daisy Carnival is the ultimate arrival to the event. Maverick Helicopters has once again teamed up with Insomniac to provide private helicopter ride from the iconic Las Vegas Strip right to the festival grounds at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Private charters for up to seven passengers begin at $3,000 and individual seats for a one-way trip are also available for $500. Helicopter rides are available at or by calling 702-405-4300.

“At EDC, we want to offer different options to all of our fans and that includes the VIP experience, which is our most luxurious setting, right in the middle of the action,” said Pasquale Rotella, CEO and founder of Insomniac. "With fine dining opportunities, specialty food trucks and other offerings designed specifically for EDC Las Vegas, this year's VIP amenities will be the best that we’ve done yet."

And if you are travel by car, VIP parking passes have also been made available. This designated parking will have entrance and exit lanes for both general admission and VIP ticket holders. The three-day pass is valid for one vehicle per night and can be purchased online for $120 plus service fees.

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