If you’ve ever been to a festival, you know that less is more when it comes to bringing things inside the venue. The standard protocol calls for the ritualistic “phone, keys, and wallet” security tap. For some unlucky people at EDC Las Vegas this year, the good vibes turned into gut-wrenching panic as they realized that their pockets had gotten flatter since their arrival at the gates. The feeling is indescribable and certainly hard to recover from, even in the midst of a beautiful set.
Insomniac revealed that a whopping 2,000 items have been left behind at this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The lost items include the usual cell phones, wallets, car keys, cameras, IDs, and miscellaneous accessories.
Although it’s hard to bounce back from the inevitable bad vibes that follow losing a personal item, there is still hope. You can email email@example.com for general info and inquiry on lost and found items. There are a whole bunch of other sad headliners trying to retrieve their goodies too, so be sure to allow 72 hours for a response. For lost or stolen phones, visit nomophone.com with a valid IMEI number for proof of authenticity.