IPS Keeps the Security Magic behind the Electric Daisy Carnival Camp - IPS Security and Training

IPS Keeps the Security Magic behind the Electric Daisy Carnival Camp

The Electric Daisy Carnival festival in Las Vegas as always, is a spectacle of sound and light that showcases the top electronic dance music (EDM) DJs and production artists in the world. EDC Load started in the last week of April stretching all the way till the middle of May. The EDC Show week will start in the third week of May.

EDC, one of the world’s most renowned electronic music festivals, constantly showcases some of the most prominent DJs in the industry. Illenium, Eric Prydz, Zedd, Dillon Francis, REZZ, and the premiere of Kaskade and Deadmau5’s collaboration, KX5, are just a few of the headliners at EDC 2022.

While EDC is preparing for the big event, IPS is ensuring that everything is secure in the background. IPS holds everything together in our specific deployment stations, and also extends help where it is needed in order to guarantee that everyone has a nice time and that everything functions smoothly.

Dancing is one among the most popular ways for guests to express themselves, as are the wacky, bright jewelry options and barely-there summer costumes. Unlike many other festivals, this one is themed around a carnival, complete with circus performances, lavish rides, and large-scale art works to admire. The expression “we dance to the beat” takes on new significance in the context of this occurrence.

IPS isn’t fazed by the recent uptick in attendance. In fact, IPS is also preparing its gears for what is to come during the EDC show. Everyone is collaborating to ensure that people confined to their homes due to the outbreak are able to take in the sights and sounds they came to see.

IPS ensures a secure atmosphere by analyzing the area thoroughly, identifying problems, identifying potential dangers, and creating detailed plans for the event.

With specialized training and qualifications in everything from conflict resolution to emergency response, each security guard assigned is being briefed thoroughly on the details of the event. Come the third week of May, we are hoping that there is no interruption in the completion of any security responsibilities.