Insomniac Continues Charitable Traditions For Las Vegas Locals, Announces New 2016 Recipient

Insomniac Continues Charitable Traditions For Las Vegas Locals, Announces New 2016 Recipient

Earlier this year, an economic impact report revealed that Insomniac‘s Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas has generated an estimated $1.3 billion for the local economy. However, bringing business to the community isn’t the only way Insomniac is helping local residents.

In fact, did you know that $1 from every ticket sold ($10 for each guest list attendee) for an Insomniac festival is allocated for the company’s Charitable Giving Initiative? Recently, Insomniac founder and CEO, Pasquale Rotella, announced the 2016 recipient of the Electric Daisy Charity, The Shade Tree of Las Vegas. A non-profit in the Vegas area since 1990, The Shade Tree provides relief for local women, children and pets impacted by domestic violence and crisis.

In the announcement, Rotella also hyped April 25th, the date more information on EDC Week Charity Auctions will become available. Along with The Shade Tree, Insomniac has worked with numerous other Vegas area organizations, such as:

Vinnie Rossiello
Vinnie Rossiello

East coast origin, West coast lifestyle… Growing up I was always surrounded by the sounds of dance music in New York and Florida. However, it wasn’t until college that I was introduced to the rave scene and finally experienced the love and positivity this community is all about. I’m into warehouse undergrounds and massives like Ultra Miami, TomorrowWorld, Nocturnal Wonderland, Hard Day of the Dead, and Buku Music & Art Festival… In addition to EDM, my playlists usually have a lot of Hip-Hop, Top 40 and I’m a huge sucker for throwbacks. Hit me up if you’re attending an event in the Hollywood/LA area, as I’m always open to making new friends!

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