Long gone are the days of frugal partying. Three-day passes for Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas are sold out, as well as the VIP packages. Most general admission tickets are around $400 each on StubHub. This doesn’t include drinks, hotels, after parties, your flight, or the $80 pass to get you access to the shuttle that transports partygoers to and from the hotels on the Vegas strip. You’re going to have to have quite a bit of spare change in order to enjoy everything that this festival has to offer. But this VIP Dining Deck Experience at EDC is for ballers only. For $100 per person, you can have Top Chef Nyesha Arrington prepare your dinner in a private area on a deck in the middle of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
EDC isn’t offering a menu at this time. Fees and taxes aren’t included in this $100 price tag. We are assuming that this is only available to those that already have a VIP ticket in hand. You must have a minimum of four people to make your reservation. We can only assume drinks will cost you extra.
And though three-day and VIP tickets are completely gone, you can still get your foot in the door at EDC if your pockets are deep enough. For $2000 a day, you can reserve a table for you and three friends on the top deck of the main stage. If you want to be as close as possible to the action, it’ll cost a minimum of $10,000.