How much is table service at EDC Las Vegas?
Bottle service minimums varies depending on the number of people in your party. Contact us below and we’ll get you a custom quote for your party shortly! View table pricing directly on our free mobile app, or book EDC Las Vegas bottle service directly on our webapp.
Where are the tables located at EDC Las Vegas?
Tables will have a good view of the stage.
Do I have to buy tickets in addition to a table?
No, a table includes dedicated entry and expedited admission for a certain number of guests. Details available here.
What else comes with a table?
Besides dedicated check in and expedited entry, a table comes with access to air conditioning, private bathrooms, and a private VIP viewing area. You also get a welcome glass of champagne at check in followed by golf cart transport to your table.
Is my table good for all 3 days?
No, you will have to purchase a separate bottle service package for each day. You also don’t get a table at each stage – there are only VIP tables at certain stages.
Is EDC Las Vegas bottle service worth it?
It really depends on what you’re looking for. Here’s a review from a past customer:
Bottle service is on the SkyDeck. At Kinetic Field the SkyDeck is usually to the right (if you’re looking at the stage) and behind the main viewing area, so it doesn’t obstruct the view for anyone in the main viewing area. It’s elevated – a lot – so you have a great view from the SkyDeck.
But it’s also not just $5K. That’s for ONE night. Yes it includes wristbands, but the wristbands for 10 people (15 if you get the baller tables up front, and those start at $20K a night if I recall) are only good for that night. So if you want to go all 3 nights you have to buy 3 nights of tables or another VIP/GA wristband. If you already bought a table you can add people at $1500/night, but that doesn’t mean you’re getting a bigger table, just another wristband for that night.
The upside is the $5K is the minimum spend – like at most clubs. So you basically start off with a $5K credit each night and can order whatever you want. A bottle of Grey, a few cases of water, red bull, etc., It all gets charged to your tab up to $5K (after $5k you have to start paying for stuff). But that’s $5K before 5% venue fee, 22% admin fee, 8.25% sales tax (these were last years numbers) so it comes out to about $7k not $5k. That’s per night. So $21K for the weekend. And that’s before you tip out the doormen, bottle server, bar back – yes, just like at any other club. So round off to $26K for the weekend.
Keep in mind also that 5k is the cheapest table – and your views may not be the best from your table. You’ll still get access to the VIP area but might not be able to get great views from your table.
If you want a front row table with the best views in the hosue – they typically start at 20-25k. Less for Fridays and Saturdays.
It’s really nice to have a place to sit, but last year our group averaged out at $3K per person for 3 nights so it’s pretty expensive. And to be honest, when you have a SkyDeck table, it kind of confines you since you just end up in a snuggle puddle at your table and never really get to walk around and see the other stages, art, etc. Its a totally different vibe on SkyDeck as well, mostly older crowd, a lot of “entertainment industry” types and definitely not as PLUR.