Roblox announces to collaborate with EDC(Electric Daisy Carnival)

Roblox collaborating with the mega EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival)

Gaming platform Roblox has partnered with electronic music event promoter and producer Insomniac to bring the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) dance music festival to the Roblox metaverse. Previewing a new “permanent experience” dedicated to music dubbed World Party, the dance music festival will be the first music festival on the Roblox gaming platform.   

The same artists will also jump into the metaverse by switching between servers and meet and greet as part of the World Party during EDC Las Vegas 2021. Fans of the festival not attending the physical event will be able to watch and enjoy the scenery on the stages. Metaverse.    

Insomniac has announced that Electric Daisy Carnival, the world’s largest dance music festival, will return to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on May 21 and 23, 2021, to celebrate EDC’s 25th anniversary. 

Why is EDC so famous?

Insomniac’s annual event, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, is the largest dance music festival globally, attracting more than 465,000 fans over three days. The Electric Daisy Carnival is North America’s largest music event, from a 5,000-person bash in Los Angeles in 1998 to a 320,000-person makeshift city at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2012 (Pasquale Rotella’s Insomniac Events claims it’s a year of extravagance in Nevada). The state made a record $207 million and created more than 2,000 jobs.)   

In June, Pasquale Rotella Insomniac Events hosted its 20th annual Electric Daisy Carnival, one of its largest and oldest dance music festivals. Last weekend, Insomniac hosted its 25th annual Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, one of the most memorable music festivals of a lifetime for EDM fans worldwide. Launched in Los Angeles in 1997, EDC has been held worldwide, including EDC LAS VEGAS 2015, New York, Netherlands, Puerto Rico and Mexico.    

Featuring carnival themes and rides, cutting-edge theatrical productions, world-class talent, innovative art and technology, Electric Daisy Carnival is more than an electronic music festival – it’s an unparalleled multi-sensory experience. ‘EDC’ is a unique multi-day festival that pushes the boundaries of the imagination and sets the standard for the live entertainment industry. 

Who is the founder of EDC?

The world-renowned Electric Zoo Festival, founded by Made Event in 2009, is one of the largest music festivals in New York City, showcasing the best electronic music, bringing together a variety of artists and sub-genres of electronic music from around the world. His Tokyo festival is complemented by great EDM music from world-class DJs through interactive art exhibitions and a vibrant, futuristic setting that includes carnival rides.  

One of the most active ways to promote and develop EDM is EDM festivals, which take place at various venues worldwide. It is the flagship festival of the global EDM group and is celebrated around May every year.    

For $800, it offers access to over 100 festivals worldwide, including the Electronic Daisy Carnival, which now takes place in both Las Vegas and Orlando. It consists of market leaders, Live Nation Concerts, Live Nation Media & Sponsorship, and Ticketmaster, a platform through which fans expect to pay over $300 for a ticket to attend the Electronic Daisy Carnival (deferred plans starting at $90 are available). Deposit). The growing popularity of electronic dance music has led to the development of all kinds of EDM festivals where people can enjoy music and light shows, food, drink, and sometimes even interactive exhibits.    

 Coachella rewards rock and hip-hop along with dance but also includes giant art installations, travelling artists, and other interactive services. After five annual festivals at Las Vegas Motor Speedway – and after the 2015 EDC, which attracted more than 400,000 attendees, making it the most significant weekend in the country – the event is estimated to have generated $1.3 billion for the local economy. Only one festival has already caught on in New York City in 2015, where it boosted the economy of New York and New Jersey by more than $40 million.    

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