The Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas is considered to be the largest rave out on the West Coast…and by God did it live up to expectation.
I saw some of my favorite artists such as Calvin Harris and Chromeo, made kandi bracelets and traded them with other people, making friends in the process; and I even got the chance to see one of my childhood friends.
If any of you ravers link up and get involved off the site, let DAD know! One of the girls feature on the site is Liz Katz, the brunette in the orange bikini.
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If we would chill, it would probably consist of us smoking some bud, playing some video games, and sometimes some beer-pong.” He’s currently between jobs.
With EDM making headway into mainstream conversations, it was only a matter of time before we'd see something like EDM-Date.com, a new dating site for all you single ravers.
A dating site for EDM fans is actually surprisingly overdue, given the current cultural dominance of dance music and large-scale raves among wide crops of American youth.
Com is here to help you make that special connection with someone who shares your same penchant for pulsing beats, filthy bass, and candy hearts.
Not only that, but the entire Las Vegas Speedway was covered in lights, giant ferris wheels and other colorful carnival rides lit up the night sky, and fellow ravers were giving each other light shows with their customized LED gloves (and did I mention that there were a ton of lights around?
) The thing that stuck out the most to me, however, was this notion of “PLUR” that was floating around the festival grounds.