Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival China, also known as EDC China, officially wrapped up, but it was revealed that DJs who performed on stage were threatened with arrest if they disobeyed one particular rule.
EDC may have ended last weekend, but memories of the wild weekend should still be pretty fresh for some, at least according to these Craigslist posts.
Some individuals who weren’t able to snag a wristband before the event found other ways to get in, like one young woman (below) who offered her body for a night in exchange for admission.
“Electric Daisy Carnival.” “Rave.” These are words that the venerable Judge Judy knows nothing about, and like many elderly people would, she immediately decides to hate them. Watch as the plaintiff, Talina Apodoca, tries to explain what a rave (at 0:37, Judge Judy calls it a “wave”) and EDC is. Judge Judy is lost in these times.
“Wouldn’t it be better to work at a five day a week, nine to five office job, than a two-day rave?”