Electric Daisy Carnival Excites Students

Lights, music, and daisies: Electric Daisy Carnival. Taking place all around the world, this wild festival is notorious for great music, great atmosphere and a crazy fun time. Taking place in many locations including United States, Puerto Rico and the UK, EDC was founded by Insomniac Events. In 2013 alone, EDC was considered the largest electronic music festival in the world after the show in Las Vegas. EDC recently came to Orlando on the weekend of November 8 and November 9 – from carnival rides and great artists including Calvin Harris, Zeds Dead, Martin Solveig, Krewella, and many more, performances on stages including the Kinetic Field, Circuit Grounds, and Neon Garden, EDC definitely quite an experience. I asked a student how her experience was at the Orlando EDC concert and she recounted, “I went both days and honestly can say it was a great time. I went with my good friend Annie and we wore matching black tops and pink tutu’s. When we first arrived we were shocked by the amount of effort some people put into their outfits: from girls in neon spandex, flower bras, and bikini tops.”

Being a the Electric Daisy Carnival, many goers arrive completely decked out in vivid colors, glitter, and many many flowers. With a variety of great artists performing Katherine also shared her personal favorites, “There were a lot of great artists but my top two favorite would definitely have to have been R3hab and Cedric Gervais.” Annie Rubin, who went with Katherine Archer, also commented on her experience at EDC, “I had a lot of fun the first night at EDC and Calvin Harris was great. Everyone was crazy there! I got stepped on so many times and I think my head got hit at some point, but overall it was a great experience!”

EDC is making there way to Las Vegas next and is sure to be back next year and is absolutely something to check out. As Sloane Klene summed up perfectly, “It was surreal seeing that many people in the crowd react in unison to different points in the music. When the bass dropped, a wave was created by the sea of people all jumping at the exact same moments. My favorite act was probably dash Berlin because of the ability to connect with the crowd.”

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