Plan ahead for Electric Daisy Carnival

Posted 11/7/22

Ever since arriving in Orlando in 2011, the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) has proved to be a bigger and better experience each year.

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Plan ahead for Electric Daisy Carnival

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ORLANDO -- Electric Daisy Carnival just keeps growing.

Ever since arriving in Orlando in 2011, the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) has proved to be a bigger and better experience each year. This year is looking to be no disappointment.

As we approach the festival weekend, many local festival goers and businesses alike are making the appropriate preparations for the upcoming downtown takeover.

Hotels throughout the downtown and surrounding areas are filling up quickly. Locals with listings on popular sites such as airbnb are seeing a huge uptick in reservations. Some locals who live within walking distance of Tinker Field are planning on making some extra cash by charging festival goers to park daily on their property.

Orlando is no stranger to tourism -- it makes up roughly one-third of the city's economy. However, a large portion of its tourism capacity lies near the parks, something the festival and the city have not forgotten.

There are currently plans for a shuttle service to run to hotels in the Universal/I Drive area. The festival staff strongly recommended ordering your shuttle pass as soon as possible as they will most likely be sold out by the time of the event.

Many committed locals and daily commuters plan on making the up to hour-long journey from their parking or residence, as they have done in previous years. If you plan on doing this, exercise caution as some parts of downtown Orlando are keen to take advantage of the large influx of tourists on foot. If traveling on foot, stay in a large group if possible and keep an eye out for any oncoming traffic.

At the end of the night, consider taking a local pedicab back to your car. Many of these bicycle-powered cabs can prove faster than a car in late night business district traffic. There are also a plethora of rentable scooters and bicycles in the downtown area if you'd like to skip the walk after a day of dancing,

No matter how to get there or how you leave, make sure you have a safe and electric time!

Electric Daisy Carnival photo courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival photo courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival photo courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival photo courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival photo courtesy Insomniac Events
Electric Daisy Carnival photo courtesy Insomniac Events
Photos courtesy Insomniac

About EDC
Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is a globally renowned dance music festival and the largest brand in Insomniac’s scope of events and productions. EDC began in 1997 as a warehouse party in Los Angeles, produced by CEO and founder Pasquale Rotella. Since then it has grown into an internationally acclaimed live music experience, attracting millions of fans worldwide.
 
EDC is a unique multi-day festival pushing the boundaries of imagination, and setting standards in the live entertainment industry. By incorporating carnival themes and attractions, cutting-edge stage production, world-class talent, and innovative art and technology, EDC is more than an electronic music festival - it is an unparalleled multi-sensory experience unlike any other. The brand has created a passionate community of accepting fans that have turned EDC into a way of life. The foundation upon which the phenomenon was built is one of unity, love, self expression, and respect for one another - the philosophy, All Are Welcome Here.
 
EDC Las Vegas is the largest dance music festival in North America, and EDC also takes place annually in Mexico and Orlando. EDC has been hosted in Los Angeles, Denver, Puerto Rico, Dallas, New York, Chicago, London, Brazil, India, Japan, Shanghai, Guangdong (China), and Korea.
 
For the lineup, and more information, go online to https://orlando.electricdaisycarnival.com/
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