Task force formed in bid to make EDM events safer

James Hanley

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has unanimously backed the formation of an "Electronic Music Task Force" to provide recommendations on making EDM festivals safer.

The move follows the deaths of two teenagers from suspected drug overdoses at LA’s HARD Summer electronic music festival earlier this summer.

According to Rolling Stone, the task force will "develop recommendations for enforceable health and safety measures and procedures, that would be required for all electronic music festivals on county-owned property”.

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