Las Vegas awaits with Breezer SoundHike giving one lucky winner an opportunity to explore the sights and sounds of the beautiful city and the chance to attend Electric Daisy Carnival – a topping feature on many a festival enthusiast’s bucket list.
The people behind Breezer SoundHike have a single-point agenda. Allowing you to have the craziest travel experience of your life, while they manage your stay, ticket fares and everything involved to make your journey the most comfortable one! And what’s the catch? Absolutely nothing, really. Except you can enter regular contests, and the chosen winner gets to have three of his friends accompany him for the corresponding trip, all-expenses-paid! Isn’t that brilliant?
Here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll be privy to on the trip!
1. Find an Elvis impersonator
Start off your your holiday, with a good ol reminder of true rock ‘n’ roll. Take a selfie and sing heartbreak hotel, if you like. That’s your call.
2. Climb a replica of the Eiffel Tower
Maybe climbing the actual Eiffel Tower is a far fetched dream, for those of you who aren’t bothered with the specifics, you may just like this one.
Attached to the famed Paris Las Vegas hotel , comes a half scale, 541-foot (165 m) tall replica of the Eiffel Tower. It’s glass elevators, rivets and dreamy feel all encompass the same je ne sais quoi as its French counterpart.
3. Ride a roller coaster that will scare the beejesus out of you
We’re hoping your inner daredevil is eager to come out and play, because you’ll be riding one the scariest rollercoasters in your life. The X-Scream resembles a massive teeter-totter that propels you and several other riders headfirst, 27 feet over the edge of the Stratosphere Casino.
You’ll hang weightlessly above the beautiful Las Vegas Strip before being pulled back and propelled over again and again.
4. Watch the gorgeous dancing fountains at Bellagio.
We’re just gonna leave this here, because a picture can say a thousand words.
While at EDC…….
5. Seven extraordinary stages
kineticFIELD is the largest scenic stage in North America. It’s cathedral structure is a spectacle in itself. The iconic owl overlooking the space adds to the magic. The other stages – cosmicMEADOW, circuitGROUNDS, neonGARDEN, bassPOD, wasteLAND and funkHOUSE cater to specific genres and each one of them has been designed with astounding detail.
6. Art at it’s exquisite best
The interactive art installations constructed throughout the festival elegantly blend together nature and technology. The iconic owl is a sort of a mascot for the festival that never slacks when it comes to investing time on creative expressions.
7. Carnival Atmosphere
Electric Daisy ‘Carnival’ has cemented it’s place as one of the finest music festivals in the world. Apart from attracting some of the finest artists from across the globe, the festival has never diverted away from deep passion for art and discovery. Gathering dancers, performers and setting up rides all across the venue, EDC creates a world of fantasy by focusing on the overall experience of the festival.
8. Consistently gathering excellent line-ups
Year after year, EDC Las Vegas puts together a dazzling concoction of the best in the business – both old and new. Bixel Boys, Afrojack, Alesso, Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz pitted against the likes of upcoming genre benders such as SNAILS, Adventure Club and Art Department makes for a tantalizing melting pot of some of the finest electronic music in the world. Unlike other festivals, EDC never truly announces their marquee signing and always urges you to believe that YOU are the prime headliner of the festival, and all the talent they assemble means nothing to them without their loyal fan base.
The wondrous world of EDC has pioneered the festival business for quite some time now, and now that you know a bit more about what your experience is going to be like, Breezer SoundHike is providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for all those who have dreamed of attending this astounding Las Vegas festival, all expenses paid. You’d be a fool to pass on this.
(All Images Courtesy: EDC Facebook Page)