Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas

Electric Daisy Carnival

The Elecrtric Daisy Carnival (EDC) comes to Las Vegas this week.

EDC combines music and art in an inspirational melange of happiness. Experience the 3D superstructures, glow-in-the-dark environments, and all manner of LED-infused flora and fauna. Interactive art installations are scattered throughout the venu as well as thrill rides. This is a giant electronic dance floor.

EDC events are held at other venues in the United States and abroad, including Mexico, Puerto Rico, the UK, Brazil, Japan and India. The Las Vegas event is the biggest, attracting more than 400,000 people.

But if you can't make it to Vegas…

STIRR, a free, ad-supported streaming service will deliver live continuous performances and exclusive behind-the-scenes content to audiences nationwide.

"For music fans in Las Vegas who can't be at the festival in person, our partnership with STIRR provides a fantastic opportunity to experience one of the best events in the world live, as it happens," said Robert Ellin, CEO and Chairman of LiveXLive. "For brands, it's a powerful opportunity to connect directly with a local community as well as a global audience."   

The STIRR livestreams will start at 6:45 p.m. PDT on Friday, May 17, with LiveXLive's Channel 1 featuring performances on the main stage, including the festival's opening ceremony, hosted this year by Bill Nye. Additionally, the Las Vegas STIRR CITY channel will feature interviews, behind-the-scenes exclusives, and other original content from LiveXLive's on-site studio activation, LiveZone and Sinclair's local TV stations will have expanded coverage of the event.

Fans interested in tuning in to STIRR to view live performances throughout the three-day event need only to download the free STIRR app, available on RokuTV, AppleTV, and FireTV, as well as on iOS and Android devices. In addition, STIRR can be accessed on the web at: www.STIRR.com.

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