Over 1,000 Items Are Available To Be Claimed On EDC’s Lost And Found Database

A trip to the lost and found in search of cell phones, keys and wallets can put a damper on anyone’s festival experience, but there may still be hope for ravers looking to find items lost at EDC Las Vegas last weekend.

More than 1,000 total items have been listed in EDC’s lost and found database, including nearly 200 phones, over 100 wallets and more than 300 IDs and credit cards.

A complete list of lost items is as follows:

  • 172 Phones
  • 122 Wallets
  • 324 IDs
  • 337 Credit Cards
  • 41 Keys
  • 25 Backpacks
  • 26 Smart devices (such as watches and earbuds)
  • 11 Sunglasses
  • 6 “Random” items

EDC uses online lost and found provider Liff Happens, which allows users to log on and search for missing items from the festival.

Many listed items are accompanied by photos posted on the site. Phones are pictured with lock screens in order to be more easily identified.

ID and credit card listings do not include photos for security reasons, but the last name on each card is clearly stated.

Insomniac urged attendees to pre-register their belongings before the festival so that if they were lost, they could be quickly identified online.

Fans still on the hunt can search EDC’s lost and found inventory here.

Featured photo provided by Insomniac Events.

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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