It’s been a month since Insomniac moved Electric Daisy Carnival from the L.A. Coliseum to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a reported three-day crowd of 230,000. At the time the festival was announced, Insomniac promised one dollar from every ticket and $10 from each guest-list attendee would go to one of three local charities.
Wednesday at The Cosmopolitan, Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella delivered three $25,000 checks to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, the Injured Police Officers Fund – Las Vegas and the Clark County School-Community Partnership Program.
While representatives haven’t yet said how many unique individuals were at the festival, the $75,000 in donations line up with 76,666 discrete partygoers you’d need to add up to their 230,000 figure.
The Cosmopolitan’s Chief Marketing Officer, Lisa Marchese, said the festival was “financially and spiritually” a service to the city, while Rotella expressed his gratitude to Las Vegas. Looks like the kids give out more than just kandi.