Ticket link: http://electricdaisycarnival.
And it wouldn't be a midwest festival without camping, of course! EDC Chicago, unlike any other Electric Daisy Carnival event, will allow attendees to camp overnight on the grounds adjacent to the Chicagoland Speedway. The camping/festival package, which includes three-day general or VIP admission plus camping pass, will be priced at $295 and $419, respectively. All prices listed are before service fees.
Camping/festival passholders will be able to move freely between the campgrounds and the festival, but only camping passholders will be allowed in the camping area. As a special bonus, campers will be able to start setting up their sites on Thursday, May 23rd, and a special pre-party event will be held on-site. However, camping is limited, so if you're definitely wanting to camp, get on that quickly.
For those who prefer a less rustic festival experience, travel packages and hotel deals will be available at www.electricdaisycarnival.com shortly.
EDC Chicago is the latest stop on the Electric Daisy Carnival circuit which includes stops in New York, Puerto Rico, and Orlando. All events lead up to EDC Las Vegas, the feather in Insomniac's cap, and the largest dance music festival in America, by all measures. EDC Vegas topped 300,000 attendees last year, and returns to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway June 21-23 this year.
Celebrating its 20th year producing events, Insomniac has previously dipped its toe into the midwest festival scene, co-producing the immensely popular Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, MI with Madison House, Inc. Insomniac's signature is large-scale events with immersive, multi-sensory production that includes pyrotechnics, art-installations, circus and aerial performances, and other boundary-pushing event entertainment. The company has produced more than 250 music events for more than 3 million attendees in California, Nevada, Colorado, Washington, Texas, Florida, New York, and Puerto Rico. We are anticipating a no-holds barred dance music event the likes of which the midwest has never experienced come late May. Here's hoping it's the first of many.
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