EDC Las Vegas 2019

EDC Las Vegas completely sells out in 48 hours

One of the biggest festivals in the world, EDC Las Vegas has just sold out all of the tickets for their 2020 edition in just 48 hours! The festival which takes place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway hosts around 150,000 attendees each day of the festive weekend. All that happened without the lineup even being announced yet, which gives us an interesting impression of how popular the event has gotten through years. First ones to sell out were the GA tickets, shortly followed by the GA+ and VIP passes. The founder of Insomniac, the company behind EDC, Pasquale Rotella shared the good news on his social media and said:

“THANK YOU, EDCLV HEADLINERS! “The success of this festival and the magic of EDC would not be possible without you, and I can’t wait to be with you Under the Electric Sky!”

The hype around Electronic Daisy Carnival Las Vegas is growing bigger and bigger with every year, after their biggest edition yet, that they held last year in May, the crew came up with some innovations, like offering an affordable layaway plan for the tickets, which attracted even more people to the sales and actually made the festival more affordable for the masses.

Just in case people weren’t sure about buying their tickets yet, Insomniac dropped the official trailer for EDC Las Vegas 2020, which nicely represents what the festival is all about – having fun, day and night, great music, amazing visuals and an unforgettable experience altogether.

Were you lucky enough to get your ticket at the official sale or did you sadly miss your chance to grab your pass? There might still be a chance to get yourself access to this crazy experience. There hasn’t been anything said about an official ticket exchange hosted by the company itself yet, but there might be, so keep an eye on their socials to be the first to find out about any ticket updates that might come in the following weeks, regarding the reselling of the tickets from failed or canceled layaway plans.

23 year old Slovenian currently living in Amsterdam. Pursuing my dreams of working behind the scenes of music industry by studying International Music Management.

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