(Las Vegas, NV) — The three-day Electric Daisy Carnival is looking to end with relatively few problems. The three-day music and carnival event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway began Friday.
Metro Police says there were 21 arrests on the second day of the carnival, compared with 20 for Day One. But emergency responders kept busy as ravers suffered medical problems due to the warm temperatures and lack of water.
Two California men were arrested by police for allegedly selling thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit wristbands at the carnival. Organizers expect attendance to reach nearly a quarter of a million people when final figures are added up today.