Insomniac & Marquee Dayclub Celebrate aHalf Way to EDCa with Vegasa First Ever Daytime Winter Pool Party

Half Way to EDCInsomniac, the producers of the largest music festival in North America, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), Las Vegas and Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas present the 3rd Annual “Halfway to EDC” celebration on Sunday, February 16, marking the six-month countdown to the popular summer music festival with a historic winter pool party under the new Marquee Dayclub Dome.

For the very first time, Las Vegas partygoers can don their summer swimsuits in February and make a splash under Marquee’s impressive Dome structure, which debuted at the end of 2013.  Halfway to EDC will give a festival-type experience with multiple headliners including Dash Berlin, Candyland, Firebeatz, Paris Blohm, Kennedy Jones and Jason Lema, creating the perfect atmosphere to get fans geared up for the upcoming EDC Las Vegas which will be held June 20-22, 2014 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 

Measuring more than 22,000 square feet and rising 200 feet above the Las Vegas Strip, the Marquee Dayclub Dome offers a festival-like experience with a sound and lighting system unlike any seen before on a Las Vegas pool deck and highlighted by Marquee’s signature production performances.  No matter the outdoor temperature, bikinis and board shorts will mark the fashion of the day courtesy of the climate controlled dome and dual heated pools.  Exclusive experiences can be had in the eight grand cabanas each featuring their own individual infinity dipping pool.

Halfway to EDC at Marquee will take place February 16 from 12 pm – sunset.  Cover charge is $30 males, $20 females.

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