Electric Daisy Carnival Film Debuts at Sundance
"We really wanted to create a movie about what it's like to be at a festival like [Electric Daisy Carnival], and specifically what it's like to be at EDC, I guess," director Dan Cutforth told Billboard. "So that was always the intention, to tell the story from the fan's point of view."
Originally launched in Los Angeles back in 1997, Electric Daisy Carnival has grown into America's biggest EDM destination, attracting almost 350,000 attendees to its current Vegas homebase at this year's event.
Under the Electric Sky focuses not on the superstar DJs, but rather, a handful of ravers. This group includes a collection of rowdy young guys from Boston, a California fan with scoliosis who attends in a wheelchair, and a gang of party people who are planning a "group marriage." more on this story
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