In addition to
eardrum mind-blowing music (yes, we're usually the ones telling the kids to turn down it), it looks like attendees will also be able to trip out over fire twirlers, stilt walkers, dancers and aerialists as well as full-size carny rides and "large-scale art installations." For some reason, we think Burning Man when we hear that. Just us? There will also be a 15-minute fireworks show nightly as well. (The EDC website makes a point of highlighting "less restrictive pyrotechnic regulations." Are we the only ones kinda concerned by that?)
In spite of an initial ticket-buying frenzy, there are still tix to be had, although, the cheap seats have been long gone. Right now, your options are a single-day VIP ticket for $200, a three-day general admission pass for $215 or a three-day VIP pass for $500. Nab them here.
There will be free parking at the Speedway for those with rentals or riding with friends, but taxis aren't your only option if you're in need of wheels. A shuttle bus service will ferry attendees from select hotels in Downtown Vegas and on The Strip to EDC (and back again) for $60 for a three-day pass or $30-$40 for single-day useage. (And, if you think you can crash in your car, not so fast. The EDC website warns that sleeping in cars won't be permitted and that any cars at the Speedway in the daylight hours will be towed. We're thinking probably not the best way to wake up after a night of raving.)
If you want to keep your hands free for drinks, glow sticks or whatever while you're partying from dusk to dawn (not an exaggeration), on-site lockers are being rented out for $55 (small) to $78 (extra-large). The fees cover all three days and you'll get $20 bucks back if you return the key.
So tell us, are you going to party like it's June 24-26, 2011 next weekend in Vegas?
[Photo/Video: Electric Daisy Carnival on Facebook]