Pasquale Rotella announces EDC Las Vegas cancellation + new dates for 2021
Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas (EDCLV) is officially canceled for 2020. Insomniac owner Pasquale Rotella recently took to his socials to announce the postponement and explain the reasoning behind the delay in making the call.
“Some have questioned why we haven’t postponed yet & I want to let you know what we’ve been up to,” says Rotella on EDCLV’s delayed postponement. “The team & I have spent the last several months working to create a plan that would allow us to produce a safe event for you. We wanted to implement a free two-step testing program, one test at home before traveling to Las Vegas & another test at the venue when you arrived, in addition to many other enhanced safety protocols. Unfortunately, we just learned that the medical advances necessary to pull this off will not be ready in time.”
After a previous change from EDCLV’s initial May 2020 dates to October 2 – 4, the festival’s postponement to May 21 – 23, 2021 is due to ongoing health concerns related to COVID-19.
All previously purchased tickets, including Camp EDC and shuttle passes, will be honored at EDCLV’s 25th anniversary at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Any remaining tickets leftover from refund requests will go back on sale on August 6 at 10 am PST. Those who cannot make the 2021 dates can request a refund here.
Read Rotella’s full statement regarding the cancellation below.
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