Raving At My First Electric Daisy Carnival


Few more weeks before another electric daisy carnival and I’m so excited. The songs from the carnival re-echo in my head. I have seen the lineup for 2017 and I am really thrilled, the lineup is so lit. First off I should say I am a follower of good music, I listen to a wide range of songs across different genres, I have attended rap, pop, rock, jazz and rap musical concerts but I had not been to the electric daisy carnival. My first electric daisy carnival experience was in 2016, I will share my experience shortly.

What Is The Electric Daisy Carnival About

The Electric Daisy Carnival, popularly referred to as EDC, is among the largest electronic dance music carnivals on the planet. Started in the early 1990’s, the carnival has grown in popularity and size, with attendance increasing every consecutive year. The mother of all EDC’s is organized in Las Vegas, all big electronic producers and DJ’s stage performances at all the venues across the US.

I first heard about the Electric Daisy Carnival when I was visiting my grandma at her home. She told me about her time in the 60’s attending massive concerts. I told her my favorite type of music was Electronic music and that’s when someone who was taking care of my grandma on behalf of https://activecareseniorcare.com told me about the Electric Daisy Carnival. I heard everything I had hoped from an electronic music festival and more. Here’s my story.


My First Electric Daisy Carnival Experience

MY first EDC experience was in 2016 held at Speedway, Vegas; it’s a three-day event running from sun-up to sun-down every day. It was quite hot at Vegas even in the evenings, with different stages offering varying kind of EDM song; there were five massive stages and a bunch of other little ones that could accommodate fifty people thereabout. Each stage had a different feel and look which was quite cool, I came in company of my friends as a newbie, and the stages had lots of stunning lights with attractive moving colours all around them. One of my highlights of the carnival is the firecracker show that lasted for about ten minutes, the sound engineers did an awesome job with the sound that sound from surrounding stages didn’t affect your experience.


I should say that the Electric Daisy Carnival is a one of a kind experience; a mix of the music festival and carnival, although the music is the core, the carnival rides and the rest are sided attractions.  The atmosphere was electric! Everyone was supercharged quite friendly, and open to chat. The dressing also was different from your regular music festival. For this kind of festival you can wear nothing or next to nothing, I mean it! A lot of women were dressed sparingly, some had lingerie on!

It’s advisable to go with folks who know what a festival of this kind is like because weird stuff could come up at when it’s pretty dark. Also come with your water bottle because the heat in Vegas could dehydrate life out of you, although there are free water points at the Electric Daisy carnival. Be prepared for a long night as there are no chairs to sit on. I’ll suggest comfortable footwear; I could feel the heat emanating from the ground. Security is guaranteed but still stay safe, the Electric Daisy Carnival has got an app you can download the app for maps and other important information.

It was a pretty good outing in all, though I was entirely worn at the close of the music carnival, it’s one of those memories I cherish. I will always look forward to the Electric Daisy Carnival every year.