Insomniac announces official EDC 2019 ticket on-sale date, return of Camp EDC

Insomniac Events today revealed the ticket on-sale date and other initial details for Electric Daisy Carnival 2019, set for May 17, 18, and 19 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Following a surprise loyalty ticket sale last week, EDC tickets will officially go on sale at 10 a.m. PT on Fri., Sept. 28. New this year are GA+ tickets which includes expedited festival entrance and access to exclusive air-conditioned restrooms.

EDC “Early Owl” tickets — available through midnight on Fri., Sept. 28 — will be be priced at $319 for general admission, $499 for GA+, and $779 for VIP passes. The “Wise Owl” tier tickets will go on sale Sept. 29, starting at $339 for GA and $519 for GA+. Layaway plans will be available for all ticket types.

Camp EDC will return after its debut in 2018 when the festival moved from June to May to take advantage of cooler temperatures. The onsite camping experience allows fans to avoid traffic to and from the venue each day, in addition to a host of activities and amenities including daytime pool parties, group exercises, guest speakers, and more.

In today’s announcement, Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella also noted that fans can look forward to a new “Downtown EDC” experience and all-new stage designs.

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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