Monday, 11 July 2011
VEGAS GOES RAVING MAD...
Electric Daisy Carnival’s first ever rave in Vegas passed off successfully without serious incident last weekend, attracting over 200,000 revellers to the three night event.
The huge numbers and money involved provoked a deluge of positive press about both the Carnival and club culture in general, suggesting American rave culture has finally become too lucrative for authorities to try and destroy it again.
"It was awesome ... a hell of a feat, considering so much fear was created around it," retired club promoter Brandon Powers told the Vegas Review Journal,”I honestly think within a few years it could be up to half a million people."
While the Review Journal speculated that Vegas could soon be hosting 15,000 capacity weekly raves, travel portal Travelmole.com noted the already massive explosion in clubs offering day time clubbing ‘pool party’ events.
Reeling off a massive list including Nikki Beach Club, Wet Republic at MGM Grand, Encore Beach Club, the Rumor Las Vegas pool, the Bellagio, the site said Caesar’s Palace has just opened five new pools while the strip’s newest hotel the Marquee at The Cosmopolitan has a pool space which holds 5,000 revellers.)
"At the moment it's all about adult-pools in Vegas," hotel chief David Gonzalez, spokesman for MGM Resorts, told Travelmole.
“There's a whole music revolution in Vegas right now with DJs hosting pool parties most weekends."
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