In its fifth year, Insomniac Event’s Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas brought in 405,000 attendees, which ultimately boosted the county’s economy by $250.3 million.
The festival, which moved to Las Vegas in 2011, has ultimately genrated $1.3 billion for Clark County’s economy by bringing over 1.7 million fans to the city.
“It is incredible that in just five years our Headliners have helped us generate more than $1.3 billion back to Las Vegas, a place I call home,” Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella said. “I’m so grateful that I can do what I love while making a positive impact in the community.”
Rotella founded Insomniac Events in 1993 and it has been based in Los Angeles ever since, although their events take place across three continents. It has produced over 1,000 events for nearly 5 million attendees. Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas is the largest multi-day music festival in North America.