It's safe to say that this year is the rise of many great music festivals. Some established and many new, however, it is a fact that it's getting hard to top the elite festivals, which many are on the West Coast. For example, take this past festival, the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas that took place June 20-22nd, in what was highly raved and a unforgettable experience for many attendees. Proof? The numerous mentions still on social media, which played a huge factor during the fest.
A highlight of EDC was Dancetronauts, who returned with their world-renowned “Bass Station” considered the largest mobile stage in the US containing 80,000 watts of sound and state of the art LED displays, created by Phil Plastina, who's know for building custom-made speakers for the likes of LL Cool J, Public Enemy, and Gangstar.
The Dancetronauts lineup included: crossover vocalist/violinist, Maki Hsieh, as well as, residents EJ Tha DJ, Travnasty, and many more with an interactive environment complete with dancers, aerialists, fire, and next-level music, Dancetronauts, was a memorable experience.
Dancetronauts also hosted a EDC after party (TINHouse) at the Mike Tyson mansion, which was a social activation event and pool party. The event garnered 1.5 billion impressions under the hashtag #TINHouse through the reach of influencers like Rudy Mancuso, Matthew Espinosa, and Amanda Cerny. The experience was captured each day in a three part series via video.
Last, Dancetronauts, recently hosted the sold-out Las Vegas premiere of Insomniac's new feature film "Under the Electric Sky" which showcases the EDC experience which gives all a chance to view the experience and those who did attend to relive the magic.
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