1 MetLife Stadium Dr, New York, United States
Tickets on sale
New York outpost of the dance festival that’s big, bold and beat-heavy.
Though its roots are in Southern California, the Electric Daisy Carnival has spread far and wide – as far and wide in 2014 as Mexico and, er, Milton Keynes, with Las Vegas, Orlando and New York also on the list.
While more and more EDM festivals appear each year, Electric Daisy Carnival is riding the crest of the wave with huge crowds and A-list acts, all served up with an undercurrent of counterculture that harks back to the best days of rave.
If you thought they’d stopped making hedonism like they used to, Electric Daisy Carnival might just change your mind.
To make sure you’re at the centre of the party, get into the spirit of things with body paint – or fancy dress if the weather’s less than perfect.
Full lineup here.
How do I get there?
MetLife Stadium is easily accessible by car and bordered by major roadways including the New Jersey Turnpike.
Travelling by Car: For detailed directions visit here
NJ Transit Rail Service: The new rail system connects the northeast corridor to the Frank R. Lautenberg train station in Secaucus, N.J., which allows fans from the region to quickly and efficiently reach MetLife Stadium. The rail station at the Sports Complex is located next to MetLife Stadium and the travel time between the Secaucus Junction train station and the Sports Complex station is approximately 10 minutes. The round-trip fare from Secaucus to the Sports Complex is $4.50. Rail service commences three (3) hours prior to kickoff and ends two (2) hours after the game.
Metro-North: Riders from New York or Connecticut can take select Metro-North trains from the New Haven line to Secaucus Junction.
Park and Ride Train: A pre-paid parking permit will be required for all vehicles entering the Sports Complex (Stadium and IZOD Center sides of the Complex).
Coach USA Bus Service (Route Number 351): Coach USA provides the 351 Meadowlands Express bus service from the Port Authority to MetLife Sports Complex for NFL games and other large events at MetLife Stadium. The 351 bus service will begin two and one half (2 1/2) hours prior to the start of a game and will continue to run until one half hour (1/2) after the start of a game. The 351 bus line will be operational for approximately one (1) hour following the conclusion of the game. Drop-off and pick-up at the Sports Complex is located near Parking Lot K. A round-trip ticket costs $10 and a one-way ticket is $5.00.
For detailed transport timetables on the day please visit here
General Admission from $199
VIP 2-Day Pass from $459
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets will be available from December 2014 through Ticketmaster.