Bright lights and dance music will take over Tinker Field in downtown Orlando this weekend for the annual Electric Daisy Carnival music festival.
More than 60,000 are expected for the two-day event, which features electronica, techno and house music.
Some of the world’s biggest DJs are expected to perform on three stages equipped with more than 1,200 light fixtures.
“Nothing is more gratifying to me than doing what I love, and family is something that I am very passionate about," Electric Daisy Carnival founder Pasquale Rotella said. "I believe this is good for the soul.”
Parking for EDC, which starts at 1 p.m. Friday and runs through Saturday, can be tricky. Organizers say the best way to get to the music festival is by taxi or carpool.