EDC Las Vegas: Covid-19 has been one of the biggest problems of the world in today’s time and has given us some bad times. And now again it has been haunting us with its new strains. Another bad news on our radar is that The Electric Daisy Carnival festival, the largest electronic music festival in North America, will move to October from its original late-May date, its founder said Tuesday night.
“Thank you for your patience as we work through the details of moving EDC to the end of October. This transition is an important step in paving the way for the best EDC experience possible in Las Vegas, and we appreciate your support along the way.” Said the owners.
In a move to create a safer experience for festival-goers, the state of Nevada has lifted social distancing requirements as of May 1, allowing us to proceed with our 19th annual EDC. The team had a meeting in Las Vegas this past Friday with police, fire, medical, and other agencies involved with EDC to plan out details surrounding the event.
However, the Clark County Health District has recently made a deal with the County Commissioners, stating that they must have 60% of residents vaccinated before restrictions can be placed on large-scale events (such as Electric Daisy Carnival). Unfortunately, we cannot delay the festival any longer. As such, we are announcing that the festival will be moved to its new home
“Due to complications from a severe weather system, EDC Las Vegas will be rescheduled for the new dates of October 22-24, 2021. Those with tickets to the May circuit will automatically be transferred to the new dates in 2021.” The new verdict came from the owners of the program.