We’re pleased to bring you an exclusive poster debut for Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz’s musical documentary Under the Electric Sky. This summer, your movie ticket purchase gives you an all-access pass into the creation of the Electric Daisy Carnival. Go behind the scenes of one of the world’s biggest musical parties with the Insomniac team and follow along with festival-goers as they line up for performances by Fatboy Slim, Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Afrojack, Above & Beyond, and more. The IMAX 3D film is coming to a theater near you soon!
Hit the jump to check out our exclusive poster for Under the Electric Sky, along with the film’s trailer.
Take a look at the trailer for Under the Electric Sky below, followed by the film’s official synopsis and our exclusive poster premiere:
Check out this list of theaters to find out where and when you can watch Under the Electric Sky, then buy your tickets here:
- Los Angeles, June 27: AMC Ontario Mills, AMC Universal City, AMC Block Orange
- San Francisco, June 27: AMC Metreon
- San Diego, June 27: AMC Mission Valley
- Las Vegas, June 27: AMC Town Square
- Seattle, July 11: AMC Pacific Place
- New York, July 25: AMC Empire
- Chicago, July 25: AMC River East
- Miami, July 25: AMC Aventura
- Dallas, July 25: Cinemark West Plano
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 festivalgoers 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.