Tie these dance shoes: Electric Daisy Carnival is officially scheduled.
One of the first major music festivals to be held since the coronavirus outbreak, the three-day electronic dance music marathon will be planned May 21-23 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway after earlier. Was postponed twice
“We are moving forward as planned and will work closely with local and state officials to make shows as safe as possible,” EDC founder Pasquale Rotella wrote in an Instagram post to break the news. Full EDC with no details left. “
However, new safety measures will be taken to combat potential COVID-19 concerns.
In a 37-page proposal sent to the Nevada Department of Business and Industry, Rotella outlined measures to prevent the coronavirus from persisting.
All attendees and staff are required to download the Health Pass mobile app prior to entry, which allows users to link vaccination records or laboratory test results to show they have been vaccinated. Or test negative for COVID-19
Masks will be ordered and the use of the COVID-19 scent detector dog is pending among other safety requirements.
The list of attendees will be announced soon, and anyone with tickets cannot attend, can transfer tickets to the next year’s festival.
Organizers are expected to attend 180,000 attendees every night, representing 90 percent of the 200,000 approved daily capacity.
“We are ready to spread our wings and embrace our communities that we miss so much,” Rotella wrote. “We know there may be challenges ahead that we accept and do our best to overcome.”
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