The Marquee SkyDeck Returns for VIP Headliners at EDC Las Vegas 2018

Marquee SkyDeck EDC Las Vegas

The Marquee SkyDeck is returning to EDC Las Vegas to bring a bottle-service experience like none-other for VIP Headliners.

“Go big or go home” is the mantra that many take when attending major festivals like EDC Las Vegas, and if you’re a Headliner looking to celebrate in style then Insomniac definitely has you covered. Partnering up with the TAO Group to bring the Marquee SkyDeck experience to EDC Las Vegas once again, this extravagant experience is one that you should consider if you can afford it.

Hosted at the kineticFIELD, this year’s edition of Marquee SkyDeck is set to double its size and offer plenty of amenities for those who spend the extra dough. Private tables with expansive views of the main stage, access to all VIP areas of the festival, private transportation from check-in directly to your table, and air-conditioned restrooms are just some of the perks included.

When you’re talking bottle service you definitely need to know what’s on the menu as well. A variety of top-of-the-line champagne, tequila, and vodka brands will be available for purchase so you can celebrate in style. Watch the teaser video below for a taste of what’s in store and read on for the pricing of each tier!

Book your Marquee SkyDeck experience for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday via today or email them for exact pricing and details at

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“Since 2013, TAO Group has collaborated with Insomniac to bring Marquee Nightclub’s unrivaled hospitality to EDC. This year, the ultimate festival experience will be even more spectacular with a larger SkyDeck space and incomparable views for our VIP bottle service guests.”

– TAO Group Partner Jason Strauss

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