EDC Las Vegas 2019 Review

EDC Las Vegas. What more can you say? We mean, Electric Daisy Carnival has been known to pull a few tricks out of their seemingly endless bag, but 2019 was really one for the books. Located at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the annual EDM festival featured music in droves -ugh, so much music! Artists like RL Grime, Tiesto, ASAP Rocky and David Guetta were just a few of the amazing acts who graced the stage. But there were also art installations, interactive features, delicious food and, maybe even best of all, a cameo appearance from a dude named Bill Nye. And you already know that if “The Science Guy” is at an event, it’s legit. So check out some of the highlights from Electric Daisy Carnival 2019 below and start planning your trip for EDC 2020.

EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark
EDC 2019. Image Courtesy of David Clark

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