Watch the trailer of the much awaited Electric Daisy Carnival Documentary, and the Sherp has got to admit – it looks pretty incredible.  


Under the Electric Sky is an immersive 3D documentary exploring the allure of the EDM phenomenon told through the experiences of six different groups among the nearly 350,000 festival goers attending the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) 2013 in Las Vegas. Combining those personal stories along with performances by Fatboy Slim, Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Afrojack, Above & Beyond, Armin Van Buren, Avicii, and Tiësto, directors Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz bring the event to life by going behind the scenes to show what it takes to stage one of the biggest parties in the known universe. They chronicle the unique journeys of individual attendees from different walks of life, all of whom share one common desire — to shed their inhibitions and immerse themselves in this judgment-free celebration of life and music. Renowned artist Kaskade created the musical score to accompany the film, and KCRW music director Jason Bentley acted as the music supervisor for the documentary.

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Insomniac  Events, the company in charge of the spectacular Electric Daisy Carnival held in Las Vegas, announced “Under The Electric Sky“, an EDC documentary film that is presumed to release in its entirety in the near future. As it sits right now, the full length film has only premiered at Sundance Film Festival where viewers quoted, “They had never seen a reaction to a screening like they received from the debut of this Electric Daisy Carnival documentary”.The full length film received an incredible response from whoever’s viewed it, and it awaits an official release sometime soon. EDC is an absolute visual treat and it continues to grow in attendance each year.

The trailer is full of behind-the-scenes images, showing the laborious and painstaking process of building the massive staging for the 2013 festival. Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella is shown discussing some of the motivations and goals of EDC, while DJ Tommie Sunshine can be seen talking about the 350,000 people that made their way to the event: “These are all the kids who ate lunch by themselves in high school, and they stumbled upon this and they went, ‘whoa”  

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The documentary will be screened across the states on the 29th of May. The Insomniac CEO also took to Facebook this week to address the lineup for the 2014 edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, saying that it would be unveiled on May 27. You can buy your EDC, New York tickets HERE

(Image courtesy : Official ‘Under The Electric Sky’ Website)