LAS VEGAS - The Electric Daisy Carnival takes place this weekend. Hundreds of thousands of people are coming to Las Vegas for what some are calling the party of the year.
The annual music festival fuses bright colors, neon lights and electric dance music with a giant carnival under the stars at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Attendees listen to the world's most popular DJs spin music, ride carnival rides and dance all night long.
This is EDC's third year in town, and it's expected to be the biggest. Show organizers expect more than 100,000 people each night of the three-night, sold-out show. That represents approximately 10,000 more people than last year.
As EDC gets closer, expect to see more people in town sporting neon wigs, tutus and flashing jewelry.