Even though the Las Vegas Police Department (LAPD) has said that there have been no identifiable threats against the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) that takes place in the Las Vegas, California, between June 16 to 18, the organizers of the largest music festival in North America are taking no chances when it comes to the safety of the partygoers.
230 musicians including names such as Alison Wonderland, Diplo, Jauz, Marshmello, Tiesto and Martin Garrix are scheduled to perform over the weekend in the three-day event, which is bound to draw large crowds of music-lovers from all across the United States and overseas, Charlotte Observer reported.
And given the deadly terrorist attack at the end of Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester, England, in May 2017 organizers of EDC are taking every possible security measure to ensure that something like that is not repeated over the June weekend.
Photo: Getty Images/Ethan Miller "They really have to speak up if something doesn't look or feel right," Maren Steiner, the director of health and safety for organizer Insomniac Events said, according to the Charlotte Observer report.
Read: Ariana Grande Fans Urge Release Of 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' Single Following One Love Manchester Benefit In this handout photo provided by Insomniac, the 4th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), New York returns to MetLife Stadium Memorial Day weekend, May 23, 2015.