|Written by Staff|
|Wednesday, 07 July 2010 12:23|
As Electric Daisy Carnival 2010 came to an end, a lot of heated discussion is taking place on both glowsticking.com and the public world at large. Officials are questioning whether such large scale events should be on public property, while veteran ravers are discussion the rave scenes large popularity growth in the past few years. Here is a summary of all the major discussions.
Forums Discussions about Electric Daisy Carnival 2010
Media Articles about Electric Daisy Carnival 2010
Most articles about Electric Daisy Carnival from the media has focused on the crowd control and the death of a 15 year old girl at these events. In large, task forces are being formed to solve the problem, which could result in any number of changes. Given the state of the economy and the city budget woes in the country at large, Glowsticking.com predicts that most of the changes will definitely be procedural, with more strict ID checking, and crowd control and venue limiting the amount of people who can attend.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 12:39|