How to Solve Your EDC 2016 Traffic Woes

edc-2016-helicopterIf you’ve attended EDC in Las Vegas in the past, you know what I’m talking about. Staring at a long line of cars while you cook in the desert heat. And when the festivities are ended, hours of exhausting traffic before you can rest. Don’t you wish there was an easier way? Well, there is…

Fly Under the Electric Sky
Imagine floating over a thumping crowd of thousands and being dazzled by pulsating light displays. Listening to the vibrant beat of electronic music as you touch you down to earth. That extravagant experience can be yours only through Las Vegas’ premier helicopter operator: Maverick Helicopters.

EDC 2016
The Electric Daisy Carnival is a monumental musical festival – perhaps the best in the country! And this year, it celebrates 20 years of captivating the hearts and souls of EDM lovers from around the world. Over 400,000 electronic music enthusiasts are expected to make the journey to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. This will be one of the largest celebrations Las Vegas has ever seen!

But how do you get there?

The Mundane and the Monotonous
Well, you can ride a shuttle bus to and from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for $15 per trip or $90 for a weekend pass. Good luck with walking to each station. You can also grab a taxi ride or an UBER, but the cost of that will vary dramatically. Or maybe you avoid all that hassle and drive yourself there – only to struggle to find parking. Then, walk for a couple of miles in the desert heat.

Or, you know, you could just fly there…

In Elevated Company
edc-2016-helicopter-2Maverick Helicopter Service just happens to be the premier heli-service of EDC’s biggest acts. They’ve provided fly-in service for the likes of Tiësto, Hardwell, David Guetta and Skrillex. And there’s a reason for that: the helicopters reserved for this journey are like nothing you’ve ever seen. Each one of the EC130 Eco-Star helicopters has theater style leather seats and wraparound windows for the best view possible.

Individual seats are only $500 one-way or $800 round-trip. Or reserve a private charter for up to seven of your friends for $3,000 one-way or $5,000 round-trip. Reservations are limited though. But we can help with that. Call us now!

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