{VIDEO} EDC Ravers Shot Up: Panic Ensues During 2016 Las Vegas Event

The Electric Daisy Carnival, commonly known as EDC, is one of the biggest electronic dance music festivals in the world. It is held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada and brings in over 400,000 people to the event located at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The event was moved to Las Vegas, Nevada after it drew criticism from local authorities in Los Angeles when over 100 people were hospitalized during a crowd stampede. Another underage girl, 15 year old Sasha Rodriguez, died after taking MDMA. In the light of the previous tragedies, a new fear is taking center stage at the event.


Three girls were caught up in a terrifying situation that left them screaming for their lives, nearly paralyzed with fear. Teresa, Sammy and Yvette barely escaped with their lives while in the clutches of what EDC goers are calling a “heart stopping experience.” The three girls, who were “shot up” are being criticized by the other ravers by saying the girls “asked for the trouble.”

“They knew they were placing themselves in danger when they put themselves in the situation of being shot up,” said Tinkerbell Paisley. “I don’t feel sorry for them at all. Anyway, they made it out alive and that’s all that matters. Maybe next time they will think twice about doing what they did. It was nobody’s fault the theirs.”

The entire incident was caught on video. The girls say they are not sorry for the decision that they made and they would possibly do it again. Nobody was harmed during the making of this video.