EDC Vegas

Planning your next RV trip to Sin City? Head to the Electric Daisy Carnival for the EDM experience of a lifetime.

Event information

Electric Daisy Carnival is an annual music festival that features some of the top electronic dance music producers and DJs in the world. It is often referred to simply as EDC and takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Artists who have performed at EDC in the pat include Calvin Harris, Alesso, Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Zedd, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Tiësto, and Yellow Claw. Thanks to the tremendous success of the event, it has spread to other parts of the country and the world like the UK, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil, India, and Japan.

Over 400,000 people attend EDC every year. The Las Vegas edition of the festival became a two-day event in 2009 and was expanded to three days in 2011. It has also won a multitude of national and international music festival awards.

Apart from the incredible music, there is so much more on offer at EDC. The venue is transformed into an otherworldly space filled with three-dimensional structures, glow-in-the-dark elements, and psychedelic lit-up environments. There will also be several rides and interactive art installations for festival guests to enjoy. Large multinational brands like Smirnoff and Uber have sponsored the various stages and activities in the past.


You can choose between General Admission, General Admission +, and VIP tickets. In recent years, only three-day passes have been offered, so you may not be able to purchase single-day tickets. Tickets range in price from $325 for three-day General Admission passes to $780 for three-day VIP passes.

You'll need to be above the age of 18 to purchase an EDC ticket, and you must be 21+ to enter the VIP areas. A portion of every transaction is donated to support local charitable causes. You can find more information on tickets and pricing on the official event website. Bottle service packages are also available on the site.

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The location for the event is the Las Vegas Speedway, located on Las Vegas Boulevard. The fastest way to get to the venue is by taking the I-15. Detailed driving directions are usually provided on the festival website. Patrons are requested to follow these rather than using a GPS app to avoid traffic and get to the venue without facing any issues. Road and weather information for Nevada is accessible by using 511 services by phone or online.

Parking areas

Free general parking and paid premium parking will be available at the venue. You're guaranteed a spot if you opt for premium parking and may have an easier time entering and exiting. Day parking lots are huge, so be sure to remember where you parked your vehicle by making a note of the location.

Public Transportation

One way to reach the festival is by taking one of the official EDC shuttles. These operate on all three days of the event. You can choose between a standard or premium shuttle pass. Another way to get to the site is by taking a taxi. You can get dropped off at the taxi lot on site.

Where to stay


There are several camping options to choose from at the festival. You must have your festival wristband and a camping pass to enter the campgrounds. Enhance your EDC Las Vegas experience by camping in your RV onsite. Electrical hookups, water hookups, and pump outs can be purchased for an additional fee. Campers will have access to free showers and porta-potties.


Thanks to Las Vegas' reputation as a popular party destination, there is no shortage of campgrounds in the city. Campers can look for RV parks close to the Las Vegas Speedway, often within five miles of the speedway. Additional options include Valley of Fire State Park to the east or Red Rock Canyon National Park to the west.

Getting around

Bicycles are allowed in the camping areas, but not in the main staging areas. Off-road motorcycles, electric bikes, powered skateboards, scooters or any other motorized vehicles will not be permitted. Most parts of the venue are wheelchair navigable. Preferred camping and viewing locations will be allotted to patrons with disabilities.

What to pack


At EDC Las Vegas, it's all about bright colors, costumes, elaborate headdresses, rhinestones, and glitter. It's the perfect palace to rock that outrageous rave outfit that's hiding at the back of your closet. Keep in mind that you're in the desert, and it can get pretty hot. Make sure you dress for comfort and wear flat-soled shoes.


Carry all the camping gear you'll need to stay comfortable like blankets, sleeping bags, and pillows. Some other essentials that can come in handy are sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, a portable phone charger, and folding chairs. If you're planning on taking a bicycle, make sure you carry a lock to secure it when it's not in use.

Health & Safety

Stay with your group and keep an eye on your belongings at all times. Make use of the shade structures at the venue, and take frequent breaks from the harsh desert sun. Free filtered water drinking stations will be available throughout the festival site. Carry a refillable water bottle with you and fill it up often to help you stay hydrated.

Where to eat


You will be allowed to take food, beverages, and coolers into the camping areas. Small, portable grills and stoves are permitted as long as the propane tanks do not exceed designated limits. Make sure you never leave any fires unattended. You can also cook on the stove in your RV, so stock up and enjoy a meal together at your campsite.


You won't need to drive all the way to the Las Vegas strip for a delicious meal. These are some great eateries right by the speedway. Here you can find American classics like bacon cheeseburgers, pulled pork sandwiches, hot dogs, and authentic Mexican cuisine. Local options also carry some great wines and craft beers.


There will be several food and beverage stands throughout the festival site. Additionally, roaming vendors often sell snacks, water, and drinks. A number of delicious vegan and vegetarian options will also be on offer. Beer, wine, and cocktails can be purchased at the bars located throughout the grounds.



Security personnel and the festival ground control team will be present on the campground around the clock. They can be approached if you or someone you know needs help. There is also a recently introduced texting service that you can use in such cases. Simply send a text stating the issue and your location to a specified number.


Nevada weather is typically hot during the day and considerably cooler at night. EDC is a rain or shine event. It's a good idea to check if any weather or road alerts have been issued in the city or surrounding areas before heading out on your trip. This way, you can be prepared with the right clothing and camping gear.


First aid tents will be located throughout the venue, and you will be able to spot these easily from a distance. Teams of medical practitioners will be making rounds to assist anyone in need. There will also be an access center on site where all accessibility-related requests and inquiries can be made. Pharmacy options are available within a 20-minute drive but it may be simplest to acquire any needed items before arriving in the area if possible.