Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) UK 2014 in pictures

Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) UK 2014 at Milton Keynes [Picture: Howard Hill]

Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) UK 2014 at Milton Keynes [Picture: Howard Hill]

Howard Hill

After an incredible show that transformed the Milton Keynes Bowl into a magical wonderland, the sun has set on Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) UK 2014.

Saturday’s magnificent show featured the world’s most iconic DJs performing across four jaw-dropping stages, never-before-seen state-of-the-art production, roaming theatrical performers and fairground rides.

The Milton Keynes Bowl was transformed into a magical space, which included the world’s largest 360 degree digital lighting installation.

The immersive display incorporated the use of LED panels which totally surrounded the fans enjoying the show at the kineticFIELD stage.

Other stage designs included the use of glow-in-the-dark body paint, which gave guests the opportunity to paint themselves with designs that lit up under the blue-light inside a massive tent.

Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) UK 2014 at Milton Keynes [Picture: Howard Hill]Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) UK 2014 at Milton Keynes [Picture: Howard Hill]

EDC UK brought never-before-seen production elements to the festival, which included the largest flame units ever used in Europe.

Impressive fireworks displays lit up the night sky and confetti canons showered the crowds with 440lbs of colourful confetti.

* Glimpse into the world of the Electric Daisy Carnival UK by looking at pictures from the day here.

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