LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Electric Daisy Carnival will open its gates to thousands of EDM lovers. Attendees began arriving at Harry Reid International Airport Friday for the first night of the three-day festival.
There were DJ’s at the airport to welcome the concert-goers and get the party started.
For some attendees, it’s not only their first EDC, but their first time visiting Las Vegas.
“Walking around and seeing everyone just be happy together. Even on the Facebook groups, everyone’s just talking so much about sharing their experiences, and being really nice and seeing the good side of people is really exciting for me,” said one arriving concert-goer.
Drugs, outside food and alcohol, glass, cans, cups, coolers, large backpacks and large purses are not allowed at the festival.
Reusable water bottles are allowed and can be refilled at hydration stations set up throughout the festival grounds.
Medical staff will also be on hand if anyone needs medical treatment.