‘Under the Electric Sky’ Gives Moviegoers the Full Festival Experience

Under the Electric Sky

If you’ve ever dreamed of attending Electric Daisy Carnival (or just wish to relive your EDC experience) look no further. The man responsible for Electric Daisy Carnival and founder of Insomniac Events, Pasquale Rotella, has teamed with Haven and Focus Features to give electronic music fans an inside glimpse of the unique EDC experience with Under the Electric Sky. With live performance footage from some of the industry’s most beloved artists like Above & Beyond, Dillon Francis, Fatboy Slim, Tiësto, the immersive 3D documentary gives viewers around the country an intimate look at the community surrounding the festival that makes the experience so special. Not only does the documentary include concert footage from these world-renowned artists, but it also tells a beautiful story that reveals the magic (and hard work!) that goes into this massive festival.

“I’m really proud of how Under the Electric Sky turned out, because it truly captures the amazing spirit of EDC,” Rotella says. “If you can’t make it to EDC, this will be the next best thing to being there. Anyone that has ever been misunderstood, or who has looked for a place where they belong, should see this movie.” 

With the EDC lineup having just dropped yesterday, buzz of this year’s massive event is beginning to rise and I anticipate that more and more people’s interest in the festival will peak. Based on just what I’ve seen in the short two-minute trailer, this 3D documentary boasts some pretty amazing camera shots, offering aerial views of the many elaborate stages and beautiful decorations throughout the festival grounds. Screenings of the documentary will be available in theaters around the country on May 29th, in addition to letting anyone bring Under the Electric Sky to a theater by hosting their very own screening.



Check out the full 2014 Electric Daisy Carnival Lineup HERE!


Maddy Bahner

Maddy Bahner

Maddy is currently a senior at the University of Washington studying Public Health. When she's not studying or sleeping you can find her twerking or hula hooping at the nearest music festival.
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