Affordable Hotels & Accommodations for EDC Vegas 2015

If you’re planning to attend the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Vegas 2015, Unity Travel is providing affordable hotels and accommodations with shuttle service and discounts on food/drinks during the 3-day event.

Built for EDM lovers by EDM lovers, Unity Travel offers hotels and shuttles at very affordable rates. Last year, EDC Las Vegas drew 400,000 attendees over a span of 3 days and is expected to be even bigger in 2015. Booking early is a must for the 2015 event scheduled for June 19th to 21st, as prices tend to climb higher when the event date nears and people pack into the city’s hotels and accommodations.

Event goers have the option to build their own hotel and shuttle package at the luxurious, newly renovated Downtown Grand Hotel. The hotel is located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, with access to great food and good vibes more than anywhere else in Las Vegas. And, as Unity Travel’s community is growing, it’s a great way to meet other people from around the globe who share a passion for dance music festivals.

Additionally, the shuttle distance to and from the event is much shorter than leaving from the strip and the rooms are upgraded & luxurious for roughly half the cost of a strip hotel. Save money & have a better experience!

Using the Discount Code “ELDAISY5“, attendees can book many accommodation packages… but the most popular by far is the package which includes 3 nights at The Downtown Grand, and 3-day shuttle pass with the option to make group and deposit payments. Each room package comes with a festival inspired gift-bag that includes Raveolution Recovery Formula™ and party gear from the fashion partners at RaverSwag.com. Use code ELBEYOND5 at checkout or call / text Josh at 702-265-8166 and tell him Electronica Life referred you and he’ll hook you up with the discount as well.

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Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is an electronic music festival held several times a year in the United States, Puerto Rico and the UK as of 2013. The festival was founded by Insomniac Events, and was originally a one-day event in Southern California. EDC later spread to multiple venues in multiple states including Florida, Illinois, New York, Texas, and Puerto Rico. In 2009, it expanded to a two-day event and lasted 3 days in Las Vegas in 2011 when 230,000 people attended.

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