Electric Daisy Carnival 2013 by the Numbers

A sold-out, capacity crowd of 115,000 partygoers filed into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway each epic night of Electric Daisy Carnival, June 21-23. For 32 total festival hours they drank, partied, rocked, rolled ? and here are the results, by the numbers.

18: Days to physically build EDC, beginning June 3.

450: EDC employees on the busiest load-in day.

7: Stages.

80,000: The capacity of Kinetic Field, the largest-capacity and main stage.

225: DJs and artists on the three-day lineup.

32: Hours of dance music over the three days.

31: Art experiences?20 art installations, eight art cars and three graffiti walls.

115,000: Tickets sold each nights

46: Countries represented by the attendees.

90: Percent of attendees from outside the Las Vegas area

614: Medical calls over the three-night event (compared with 485 in 2012), according to the Las Vegas Sun.

1: Very high-profile proposal between actress Holly Madison and Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella.

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