Tuesday, June 25, 2013 | 11:44 a.m.
With their fuzzy boots and neon tutus safely packed away, revelers continue to stream out of Las Vegas after three nights of partying from dusk until dawn at the Electric Daisy Carnival.
The three-day electronic dance music extravaganza drew about 115,000 people Friday, Saturday and Sunday, according to event organizer Insomniac Productions.
Attendees came from all 50 states and 46 different countries, packing hotels along the Strip and pumping millions into the local economy. Last year’s carnival generated an estimated $200 million in economic impact, according to Insomniac.
The festival, headlined by some of the world’s most popular Djs, transformed the Las Vegas Motor Speedway into a psychedelic wonderland filled with lights, thumping music and dozens of carnival rides.
There were no major incidents reported at the festival — arrests were mostly related to narcotics, according to Metro Police — and festivalgoers were pleased with better traffic control that made getting to and from the speedway much easier and quicker than in years past.
Fans will have to wait a year until the carnival returns to the desert, but until then, they can still catch many of the same DJs during their regular performances at nightclubs along the Strip.