The Electric Daisy Carnival takes over the Las Vegas Motor Speedway June 16–18. With it will come art, rides, performers and, of course, some of the best electric dance musicians of all time. But that’s not all! Throughout Vegas, nightclubs and pools will explode with even more artists and music. If you’re in town for the carnival, here are a few attractions and tours to make the most of your stay:
Stratosphere Tower & Rides – If you’re checking out the Bassoon Pool Party at Stratosphere during EDC, stick around the Vegas hotel for its famous tower and rides. The Observation Deck of the Stratosphere is the tallest structure in Vegas and has incredible 360-degree views of the Vegas skyline. You can take the experience one step further with thrill rides at the top including Insanity, X-Scream and Big Shot attractions. If you just want to enjoy the beautiful views, don’t forget the Observation Deck, which is home to the highest bar in Vegas, the AirBar.
V Card: The Vegas Nightclub Pass – Several EDC artists will be performing throughout Vegas’ many nightclubs. What better way to see them than with the V Card: The Vegas Nightclub Pass? This pass gives you exclusive, complimentary, VIP access to nearly 50 of Vegas’ hottest nightlife venues and pools including Tao Nightclub, Tao Beach, Palms Pool & Dayclub, Sapphire and more.
5-Day Pool Party Pass – Speaking of Vegas pools, why not be a part of Vegas’ infamous pool parties during EDC with the 5-Day Pool Party Pass? Celebrate Vegas’ most epic and notorious pool parties with complimentary admission into such pools as Wet Republic, LIQUID, Daylight, Drai’s Tao Beach, Venues, Bare and more.
Richard Petty Driving Experience – Being at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway may put you in the mood to feel some speed. Satisfy that need with the Richard Petty Driving Experience at the Speedway. In between EDC artist shows, take a ride in an authentic NASCAR race car with a professional driver around the Speedway.
Las Vegas Foodie Walk – With two days of incredible music, it’s only fitting that you squeeze in some equally incredible food. With the Las Vegas Foodie Walk, join fellow foodies for a Sin City feast at four sit-down restaurants. Plus, there are two bonus shopping stops and one alcoholic beverage. The tour comes with a local guide, who entertains and narrates the walk with culture, history and Vegas trivia.
Las Vegas, NV – 6/7/17
By: Jena Pugh