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Photos: Costumes, Crowds and Beats at Electric Daisy Carnival, Day 2

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Drawing close to 200,000 people, it was a wild weekend at the Coliseum where the Electric Daisy Carnival was held for two nights this past weekend. There has been some drama surrounding the event, which can be read about here, but this post is about people enjoying the festival in all its glory. Here's a little taste of what was seen.

Also: Of Sexy Pirates and Syncopated Music, Photos of Day 1 at the Electric Daisy Carnival