Long before Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) was ever in Las Vegas, the festival’s original home was in Los Angeles, California. Ravers from all around the world gather at this festival which has now become one of the world’s largest dance music festivals.
Written and directed by independent filmmaker Le Liu, the film tells the events that led to the fallout from the annual festival at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The film took years to make and certainly is a film worth watching.
Le Liu did an amazing job promoting awareness and safety information to festival goers. As well as people who are interested in the community. The documentary is 1 hour and 40 minutes long. It takes news footage, interviews, and promotional materials to highlight a tragic incident. That incident changed the history of EDC and dance music festivals forever.
“THE LAST DANCE is a feature-length documentary covering the 2010 fallout from an annual electronic music festival – known as Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) – at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This film highlights L.A. County’s groundbreaking harm reduction program in response to the Ecstasy-related death of a 15-year-old attendee.”
Watch the full-length documentary The Last Dance below:
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