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Insomniac announces its biggest EDC Las Vegas has sold out

On March 7, Insomniac announced that all VIP and General Admission tickets for its 18th annual Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), Las Vegas had sold-out. With over 400,000 fans expected to fill the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, June 20-22, this year will mark the event’s largest production in its 20-year history, with tickets selling out in a record three months in advance before than the line-up has even been announced.

EDC Las Vegas 2014 sold-out

In a press release, the founder and CEO of Insomniac Pasquale Rotella, stated,

An event like this doesn’t sell out without the support of loyal, passionate fans, and we’ve got the best ones out there. Many of this year’s new elements and surprises are directly inspired by them. I’m so grateful for their dedication, and I want to give them the adventure of a lifetime.”

Insomniac's premier annual event, EDC, is one of the largest, most spectacular music festivals in the world. Fans travel from all over the globe to experience its larger than life art-installations, pyrotechnics, special effects and state of the art lighting design, making it an unparalleled audiovisual experience for the imagination.

In 2013, Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival drew over 345,000 attendees to Las Vegas from all 50 states and 46 countries. With seven massive stages featuring the best artists in electronic dance, attendees were able to experience a one-of-a-kind production unlike anything seen before.

Fans are encouraged to travel to Las Vegas early the week of June 17-23 to experience “EDC Week.” EDC Week will celebrate the impact that electronic dance music has had on Las Vegas and includes numerous daytime and nighttime events at some of the world’s most desirable nightclubs and day parties.

In addition, the return of the third annual EDMbiz Conference & Expo at The Cosmopolitan will be occurring June 17-19 with the premiere of its very first dance music awards show.

With incredible growth since its premiere in Las Vegas in 2011, it has been reported that EDC Las Vegas 2013 generated an estimated $278 million for the Clark County economy with over $621 million dollars for the Las Vegas economy since its inception.

For more information and updates, please visit Insomniac’s official webpage or visit its pages on the following social media sites:


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