Las Vegas police said 135,225 people attended the third day of the Electric Daisy Carnival and 28 felony arrests were made.
Tipsy rappers, teenage ingenues and unnecessary Bon Jovi singalongs: Take a look back at the EDC festivities.
With the end of the three-day the Electric Daisy Carnival , Las Vegas commuters heading south on Interstate 15 encountered long delays Monday morning.
U.S. Highway 95 at Intersate 15 was back open in all directions shortly after midnight Monday after being shut down since midnight Friday.
Night 3 of the Electric Daisy Carnival 2018 is underway at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
On Space Jesus, “Jackie Chan” and Black Madonna: Takeaways from Day 2 of the Electric Daisy Carnival.
Thirty-five people ended the second day of Electric Daisy Carnival behind bars — 33 on drug-related felony charges — according to Las Vegas police.
The trek from the Strip to EDC, which can cover a couple of hours by car, is cut to about 10 minutes in a helicopter.
That includes 29 narcotics-related felony arrests, three misdemeanor arrests and one alcohol-related DUI arrest made between 6 p.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Saturday, according from the Metropolitan Police Department. Last year on the Friday of EDC, Metro made 29 narcotics-related felony arrests and four misdemeanor arrests, including two arrests for battery on a police officer.
The sights and sounds of the Electric Daisy Carnival on Day One.
Electric Daisy Carnival 2018 is underway at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway!
If Electric Daisy Carnival veterans and store managers have one piece of advice for festival-goers, it’s this: Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate.
There are plenty of new developments at EDC 2018, namely a move from June to May, the introduction of on-site camping and the debut of the Stereo Bloom stage.
This week’s weather forecast leading up to Electric Daisy Carnival calls for near-normal temperatures and sunny skies in the Las Vegas Valley