EDC 2013 comes to a close

Denise Wong

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EDC 2013 comes to a close

CREATED Jun. 24, 2013

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The Electric Daisy Carnival is officially over.

This was the third year for EDC in the Las Vegas Valley and thousands of partygoers will be heading home Monday morning.

About 350,000 people attended the three-day event, which began on Friday.

EDC 2013 featured a total of 500 performers on 7 stages and throughout the venue. In addition  there were graffiti walls, amusement park rides, a makeshift wedding chapel and a spectacular fireworks show early Sunday morning.

The biggest dance party of the year for Las Vegas attracted people from all over the United States and the world.

Many of those people spent hundreds of dollars on the party just on their costumes.

Last year, the carnival pumped $250 million into the Las Vegas economy.

Local businesses such as Port of Subs reported that they saw a definite increase in business during EDC 2013.

Statistics from Sunday night of EDC:

14 -- Misdemeanor citations
5 -- Traffic citations
0 -- Misdemeanor arrests
0 -- Gross misdemeanor arrests
14 -- Felony arrests – mostly narcotics related
0 -- DUI – Alcohol arrests
0 -- DUI – Drug arrests
4 -- Traffic accidents
0 -- Traffic fatalities
160 -- Medical calls – 3 patients transported to area
115k -- Attendees per Insomniac Productions
16 -- Ejections per Insomniac Productions