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May 21, 2013

EDC Las Vegas VIP Bottle Service and Helicopter Transportation

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Written by: Suzanne Welker Jurgens

Electric Daisy Carnival has sold out general admission and VIP tickets so you’re down to a couple of options if you still need to buy a ticket. One way is to use StubHub, eBay, Craigslist, reddit, etc to find someone selling a ticket or go all out and hand over your credit card number to for The Ultimate VIP Bottle Service Experience hosted by Marquee. You can still buy shuttle passes but you can also think about a helicopter ride as well.

You’ll get the total package with access to VIP entrances, restrooms, stage and much more! This isn’t just a platform with all of the other minions, this is your own area with bottle service. You’ll also be driven by golf cart from the entrance to your table so that you will not have to walk through everyone else.

Reservations start at $3,000. No big deal, right?

Before you read about the details on bottle service, have you thought about taking a helicopter to the festival instead of being on a shuttle bus?

Arriving in style, guests can be whisked away over the famous Las Vegas Strip to the festival grounds in a state-of-the art helicopter from Maverick Aviation.  Private charter prices start at $3,000 with up to seven seats available while individual round-trip seats are available for $800. With breathtaking views, guests will get a rare birds-eye glimpse of the entire carnival landscape.

Here’s all of the info:

Attendees who are 21 and older will be able to take in the festival’s picturesque scenery from exclusive Marquee VIP viewing decks overlooking the main stages, known as Circuit Grounds and Kinetic Field, the largest temporary stage in North America. The highly coveted VIP area is transformed into an upscale nightlife escape complete with trendy décor, contemporary accents and a private bar and lounge area.

Premier amenities accompany each private table reservation hosted by Marquee Nightclub including a golf cart transfer from the entrance to your table where gift bags complete with EDC swag await guests. Reservations begin at $3,000 and include access to a complete bottle service menu with attentive wait staff on-hand from the nightlife venue.

“As the largest electronic music festival in North America, Electric Daisy Carnival is the perfect fit for us to extend the Marquee experience,” said Jason Strauss, TAO Group partner. “We are thrilled to be involved again this year and offer guests the opportunity to witness the luxury surroundings and enjoy premium access to the festival’s performances.”

With an exclusive lanyard and badge, VIP ticket holders will also receive privileged status with expedited entry into the Speedway at the beginning of the evening and VIP access to ride the Ferris wheel. Access to viewing decks and lounges overlooking multiple stages throughout the festival, including isolated cash bars and separate restroom facilities, will also be available.

Helicopter rides are available for purchase at www.flymaverick.com or by calling 702-405-4300. Bottle service inquiries can be directed to edc@marqueelasvegas.com or 702-765-6650. Tables may also be booked on-site pending availability throughout the festival.

If anyone is going for one of these packages feel free to invite me!



About the Author

Suzanne Welker Jurgens
Suzanne Welker Jurgens has been involved in the publishing world for over 12 years. She has worked at several business technology magazines such as Business 2.0 and The Industry Standard, as well other magazine titles such as Allure, Yoga Journal and Dwell. In 2012, Suzanne decided that it was time to marry her passion of music with her extensive experience in media and jumped feet first into developing schulzarmy.com. When she is not helping break the latest Schulz Army and The Scene is Dead news, you will find her at events waving the Schulz Army flag and passing out "Down the Rabbit Hole We Go!" wristbands. Suzanne is also part of the TranceFamily SF team and helps out at local trance events hosted by Sondra Productions and Phoria Events.




 
 

 

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