Camp EDC 2019 passes on sale now

On the heels of last week’s launch of ticket sales for Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2019, passes for Camp EDC — set for May 16-20 — are on sale now.

Camp EDC was successfully introduced this year and fans can look forward to a number of improvements and experiential additions next year. Onsite campers will continue to enjoy the easiest and fastest route to and from the festival grounds each day.

Different from most camping festivals, attendees do not bring their own tents but instead camp in provided air-conditioned “Shiftpods.” Passes are also available for those bringing their own RV.

Moon Glow passes, which sleep up to four people and do not include bedding, start at $999 plus faxes and fees. Desert Rose Premier Camping, which sleeps two people and includes a queen bed or two single beds as well as access to GA+ amenities, start at $1299 plus taxes and fees. RV passes start at $279.

Camp EDC passes are available here, and layaway options are available for all pass types. The prices listed above are only available through Sun., Oct. 7, and pricing will increase as ticket allotments sell out.

Central to the Camp EDC experience is the Mesa, a hub of entertainment, activities, and amenities. Highlights include a kickoff party with special guest DJs, daytime pool parties, interactive art installations, gourmet food trucks, full-service bars, and more. Campers can also look forward to a stronger power grid, more bathrooms, showers, improved site layout, wayfinding and more.

In a recent Reddit AMA, Insomniac Events CEO Pasquale Rotella said arrival wait times this year were “unacceptable” and a revised plan is underway that includes more lanes, extended hours, and more experienced staff.

Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is Insomniac’s long-running flagship festival, featuring over 250 artists performing on eight massive themed stages surrounded by carnival rides, roaming performers, and nearly 140,000 attendees per day. After a 10 year run in Los Angeles, in 2011 the festival expanded to three days, moved to Las Vegas and signed a 10 year contract at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Also surrounding the festival is EDC Week, a series of events at the nightclubs and dayclubs on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Kent Otto

Kent is founder and editor-in-chief. He's always had a love and passion for music of all types, but didn't discover the music festival scene and community until moving to Southern California during his early post-college years. He returned to his roots in the Midwest in 2011 and has since been determined to share the magic and beauty of the music scene with as many as possible. Email kent@edmcalendar.com.

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