Photos: Electric Daisy Carnival Night Two

Photos: © Erik Kabik/
Photos: © Erik Kabik/

Night two of the Electric Daisy Carnival returned to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with another sold out crowd of 115,000 fans on Saturday night. The festivities featured more than 75 dance music acts across seven stages from dusk until dawn.

Interactive art installations offered a highlight throughout the festival including “The Electric Daisy” by artist Poetic Kinetics, a 100-foot articulated moving flower rising above the attendees to dance, play and engage. New to this year’s festival, the Flaming Lotus Girls’ introduced Soma, a 25-foot high and 50-foot long interactive sculpture. The piece includes fire effects that are controlled by fans from a distance, allowing them to communicate with the installation itself.

At 11:30 p.m. the theatrical performers took over the complex with a parade interweaving through the show. Starting from the Circuit Grounds stage, more than 50 of the festival’s clowns, Lollipop girls and more marched alongside the art cars. Several rode through on the Pushing Daisies art car, a float-style bouquet with female performers in character as flowers.

EDC returns for its final evening with gates opening again at 7 p.m. tonight.

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