LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Finally, there's something for couples who'd rather have rave music than a string quartet at their wedding.
Organizers of the Electric Daisy Carnival say they're teaming up with Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapels to hold overnight ceremonies at the mega-party this weekend.
Couples can opt for a "traditional" ceremony performed by an Electric Daisy Carnival minister for $99. Or they can have Elvis perform the wedding and two songs for $179. Both packages include use of an electric daisy bouquet.
Bare-bones, non-binding renewal and commitment ceremonies are free on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Electric Daisy Carnival runs from dusk to dawn Friday through Sunday at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Last year, attendance was more than 320,000 people over three
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