Before Electric Daisy Carnival took over Las Vegas, it used to call the city of Los Angeles home. This all changed in 2010 after a tragic incident that changed everything.
In 2010, a 15-year-old attendee died after attending the rave.
Over the past weekend, filmmaker Le Liu released a new unofficial documentary, “The Last Dance,” that tackle the events and culture that led to the incident.
“The Last Dance” is the true-life story of the rise of MDMA use during the 1990s & 2000s, and how that impacted the climactic weekend of Electric Daisy Carnival 2010 at the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum grounds. With rare and never-before-seen footage, this feature documentary also offers an unprecedented look at the birth of the American rave scene’s harm reduction movement.
The documentary was released on January 25, 2019. It is available for free on Vimeo and YouTube. Liu is not associated or affiliated with Insomniac Events.
You can watch the trailer down below: