It's time to close your glitter-filled eyes and return to the drab world we call reality. That's right, Sarah and Jessica have returned from their weekend of neon lights, fur, and bases dropping at the Electric Daisy Carnival. I myself was unable to attend, but I am thankful and so pleased to be able to get firsthand accounts from these two beautiful ladies.
Jessica's exuberant telling of her experience
The trip to EDC was consistently busy and non stop fun. Although there were many highlights and unforgettable experiences I will select a few key points.
Attending an event such as EDC for the first time and having the opportunity to visualize the effect that EDM music has upon multiple generations, and especially how it has evolved through time was one astonishing recognition. Attendees to the rave gathered together as one large family whether we actually knew one another personally or not. Great vibes, feeling the energy of the music and having the chance to express such effervescence is a state of being that almost can't be described.
I also had the ability to see some of my favorite headlining djs and groups such as; Steve Aoki, AfroJack, Kaskade, BassNectar, Adventure Club, and Calvin Harris who all put on absolutely amazing sets and had everyone in their crowd pumped and raging. Providing us as an audience with consistent entertainment, new EP tracks, and the sentiment to keep our hearts surging.
From a stand point to YANDY and my involvement with networking and marketing the brand to others wasn't difficult to consult. People are open minded in situations such as this, and as a person distributing incentives such as pasties and fuzzie bracelets, which by the way everyone LOVED was looked at as an act of generosity rather than loiterin
g. In doing this, and having the ability to actively approach people who are willing to listen and interact allowed me to get to know the various different types of people who are attending raves like this. Despite whether a person was a representative of the NuRave era or aged back to an Original Club Kid everyone was in positive spirit, sharing love, excepting one another, and exuding the music.
As a representative of YANDY, the most fun I had was having an excuse to intermingle with everyone, spread the word about the company to those who were unaware and relate to so many who wore Yandy.com merchandise or recognized the company image. Many people already knew of us and were excited to have the ability to shop with us more and utilize a promo code and it definitely showed in their affectionate reactions and thanks.
The overall highlight of this trip to EDC was really the eye opening concept that so many different types of people, may it be culturally or socially, can band together and make a great time out of a situation like this. There were no cliques, I didn't come across one group who wasn't completely accepting of me, and who also didn't walk away as a new member of my rapidly growing P.L.U.R family ^.^