Concert Reviews

EDC 2012: Las Vegas pulls plug on music due to high winds

Update (6/11/12 2:48 a.m): EDC is over for the night. Organizers are waiting for crowds to thin out before making an official announcement. More details and older updates at the bottom.

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Christopher Victorio
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See AlsoSlide show: Electric Daisy Carnival 2012: Day OneSlide show: Electric Daisy Carnival: More From Day OneSlide show: Electric Daisy Carnival 2012: Day Two

Electric Daisy Carnval in Las Vegas tonight was shut down temporarily as a result of high winds buffeting tall sound stages. A representative of the Los Angeles-based promoter said the music shut-down was temporary and that winds were being monitored to determine when fans could return to the stage areas.

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