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Top Things to Do in Las Vegas During EDC

Every year thousands of people flock to the desert to enjoy some of the best entertainment the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) has to offer. Although EDC is not on The Vegas Strip, MGM Resorts has you covered for the best way to get to the action, dining options, and where to party before and after EDC. Check back as we will continue to add more information on all things EDC!

  • Soar to EDC Las Vegas With Maverick Helicopters

    Maverick Helicopters, the exclusive provider of helicopter travel to Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Las Vegas, offers you the opportunity to elevate your festival experience with VIP flight transfers to and from EDC Las Vegas. The 15-minute flight offers festival-goers an easy commute to Las Vegas Motor Speedway each day. Once aboard the helicopter, you can use voice-activated headsets to talk to the pilots and listen to electronic dance music. Sit back and relax in the theater-style, leather seating and take in stunning, bird’s-eye-views of the Las Vegas Strip, the breathtaking festival grounds and mesmerizing neon lights. For information on individual seat rates, one-way flights, roundtrip flights, or private charter prices and to book a reservation, please visit www.flymaverick.com or call 702.405.4300.

  • Rave Pop-up store

    Get your glitter on at the largest Rave pop-up store on The Strip! There will be DJs, tons of outfit options and drinks provided by Red Bull. It's all happening at the Lux Rave Store at the Luxor Hotel & Casino. Stop by before you head out to EDC and get all you need to make your outfit pop!

  • Dayclubs

    Daylight Beach Club located in Mandalay Bay, returns this year with an incredible, star-studded diverse lineup from world class rappers Rick Ross and Ludacris to EDM favorites Morgan Page, Ookay, Bassjackers and more. You can find the DJ spinning the best tracks on their elevated stage, while you enjoy one of the many pools, bungalows, or cabanas. Wet Republic at the MGM Grand is one of the biggest pools to party at while in Las Vegas. This adult pool destination features an open-air covered lounge serving as a place to mix, mingle, dance and dine while listening to some of the hottest DJs spinning in Las Vegas. Make your trip to Vegas a true Sin City experience, and head out to Bare Pool Lounge at The Mirage. Set in the seclusion of the Strip’s favorite backyard, this adults-only playground features Euro-style bathing, full-service bar, poolside menu, live DJ’s spinning and the hottest staff in Las Vegas.

  • Bars

    Get ready for the coolest new way to party like you’ve never partied before at minus5°Ice Experience- an igloo-like ice bar at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This bar conjures up your fantasy ice castle where everything inside is made of ice. If looking for a place to hang out and have a few beers before a night out at EDC, try Beerhaus in The Park where you can grab a cold brew, play some bar games and make some friends on the outdoor patio. If you are looking for an authentic Irish pub, look no farther than Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York where you can enjoy the finest stouts, ales, lagers, and spirits.

  • Brunch

    After waking up after a long night at EDC, you will be hungry. The Border Grill Brunch at Mandalay Bay offers unlimited small plates and bottomless mimosas, micheladas & bloody marys. If you’re paying for your fun night the next morning, check out the Citizens Kitchen & Bar at Mandalay Bay. This 24-hour restaurant serves up hangover cures like crab cake benedicts and crème brulee French toast every Saturday and Sunday. And if you’re moving a little slower the morning after, no worries, Citizens Kitchen & Bar offers all your brunch favorites until late, with some dishes served all day.

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