Camp EDC unveils weekend activities and artist set times for 2019 edition
Electric Daisy Carnival has spent the last decade dominating the electronic music festival scene around the world, characterized by the most in-demand artist bookings and encompassed by an aura of extravagance. The festival has strived to provide unparalleled experiences in all aspects of its yearly event, procuring an unexplainable excitement from the moment of receiving one’s festival wristband, to basking in the early morning sun on day three of hiking up the Las Vegas Motor Speedway staircase.
2018 marked the first of the festival’s expansion with Camp EDC, a four-night on-site experience that allowed festival attendees to avoid the early morning commute back to their hotel and instead stay within walking distance of the venue. Campers were immersed within a profusion of activities, including exclusive campground opening sets from Excision, G Jones and Habstrakt, daily pool party takeovers, wellness workshops and group classes.
This year, Camp EDC returns with a plethora of new and returning daily activities to reflect the desirable “EDC experience,” securing artists like Fisher and his Catch & Release label to open the campgrounds, followed by daily pool parties and campground after parties hosted by the likes of Kaskade, Justin Martin and Solardo.
For those looking to make the most of their time on the campgrounds, Camp EDC offers a handful of daytime activities to entertain the most obscure of interests, ranging from mid-morning goat yoga to headbanger’s therapy. Whether you’re looking to catch some sleep over the armageddon of the festival weekend or fall asleep at the sunrise to the soothing sounds of Kaskade, Camp EDC offers it all.
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