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Electric Daisy Carnival is Officially Cancelled for 2020 Due to COVID-19! Is it Rescheduling in 2021? Details Here

Electronic dance music always soothes our mundane and hectic life and fills us with enthusiasm and energy. Lacking the motivation to workout? Just play some EDM and you’re filled with motivation to pump those biceps and lats. Or want to impress your girlfriend? Hit the club with her and pull off those amazing dancing skills with EDM music and you’ve won her heart. Such is the beauty of Electronic Music! And every hardcore EDM fans always knows to treasure those precious moments with your loved ones in EDM music festivals. Which happens once all around the world! be it Tomorrowland or EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) you can never forget the memories and the good times you’ve spent there.

Sadly when the coronavirus hit the whole world, everything related to entertainment outlets has temporarily stopped. Including the music festival which was supposed to take place in Las Vegas. Does the EDC have plans for rescheduling the music festival in 2021? Or will it take more time? To know all these unanswered questions. Read on more to know about the electric daisy carnival and if it’s ever planning on happening or not?

What do the organizers say about the cancellation of EDC?

Due to certain problems, the organizers were forced to push the event scheduled on May 15-17 dates to Oct 2-4 in Las Vegas Speedway. The founder of EDC Rotella clarified in his Instagram post that the efforts to hosting a safe event for 450,000 attendees. Despite the coronavirus still surging in the world is not possible at the moment.

“I’m very saddened to say that many of you guys who were looking forward to the event will not be possible with this pandemic around. The medical advances necessary to make this happen will not be ready in time. Which is why I’m announcing this”. Rotella said, “Here I am, a rave promoter talking about biopharmaceutical companies about diagnostic tests for coronavirus pandemic”. “It’s been tough for me to come through for all of you and I can confidently say that this is the right decision”.

More than 50,000 cases of COVID-19 have reported in Las Vegas Nevada and reportedly coming up with 1,131 new cases.

All 2020 passes for EDC can be used for 2021 event dates and will be valid for next year. And those of you who want a refund of 2020 pass is also available.