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Documentaries to Prepare You for Festival Season

Festival season is in full-swing. People all around the world have their passes ready and flights booked for some some of the biggest festivals across the globe. If you are one of those excited festival go-ers or just want to experience the PLUR from the comfort of your living room couch, we compiled a list of documentaries that will get your adrenaline pumping.

10 Documentaries to Get You Ready for Festival Season

Written By: Jie Kuang


Festival season is in full-swing. People all around the world have their passes ready and flights booked for some some of the biggest festivals across the globe. If you are one of those excited festival go-ers or just want to experience the PLUR from the comfort of your living room couch, we compiled a list of documentaries that will get your adrenaline pumping.

I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead

I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead

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“It must be a religious experience almost to get here.” - Tiesto

Every festival attendee has heard of EDC, Electric Daisy Carnival, and anyone who has every wanted to attend a festival has thought about this one. However, EDC is more than just about the music. You’ll be immediately sucked in to the lights, colors, acrobats, and overall atmosphere. EDC is more than just a festival. And there’s no better way to get amped up about festival season than starting with this documentary.





I Am Hardwell

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Hardwell dreams about becoming the number one DJ in the world. In this documentary, videographer Robin Piree filmed the growth of Hardwell from being an excited up-and-coming artist, to a legendary international superstar. See what it takes to reach the top and the pressure to stay there.











I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead

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If you’re a fan of EDM, you’re no stranger to Steve Aoki. Perhaps you may have even dreamed of getting caked by this infamous DJ one day. Steve Aoki is highly ambitious, sleeping four hours per night and splitting international shows on single weekends. Get an inside look on how he sets the night ablaze with his music, unmatched energy, and even some background on his personal life.







This Was Tomorrow

Tomorrowland is a world-renowned music festival and is arguably one of the best. People around the world save for months just to catch a flight, buy tickets, and experience the positive vibes at the event. The documentary tells the stories of not only how attendees got there, but also they excitement from the perspective of the DJ’s.






True Stories

Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii, led a career that many can only dream of. But as you watch, you’ll find that he struggled with many other things that came with the success of his music. The documentary is incredibly intimate and dives into this complicated life, including his mental health issues. Avicii was a great DJ, loved by many, and have music that will be listened to for generations.







Woodstock

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Woodstock is one of the most iconic music festivals to have ever existed. In this documentary from 1970, the environment is much different from the others that are on this list. There was rain, mudslides, and far more people than the event could feed and shelter. With music icons like Jimi Hendrix performing, this particular moment in time has been etched into the memories of all who attended. Woodstock may have just been remembered as just another rock concert. But through this film, the festival can be seen as much more.







Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé

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At first glance, it may seem like Homecoming is just a movie featuring Beyoncé’s 2018 Coachella performance. But as the film continues, you get an inside look at significance of each detail and the sweat that every performer, producer, and Beyoncé herself put into the show to make it a success. It revealed a cultural movement, marking the first time a black woman has ever headlined Coachella.







FYRE

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Best known as the festival that never happened, Fyre was a documentary about how Billy McFarland and Ja Rule tried to put on the biggest music festival that the world has ever seen...and failing miserably. With millions of investor dollars on the line, they invested into social media influencers and big ideas. As you watch the madness unfold, you’ll be happy that you’re viewing from the comfort of your own home and not stranded on a random island at the Bahamas.







Jay-Z Made in America

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The true self-made American success story that is Jay-Z graces this documentary with music, talent, and grit. He explains over and over how if you can dream it, you can do it. Though he is a hip hop icon, the Made in America festival featured a wide variety of artists including Skrillex, Rita Ora, and Run DMC.







Spark: A Burning Man Story

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Sandstorms won’t keep Burning Man attendees away. The documentary shows how Burning Man was born and how much work it takes to please the increasing rush of attendees each year. With theatrical themed camps and thousands of die-hards ready to strap on their desert boots, you’ll get a look into why this festival is so important to veterans and newcomers. But, at the end of the day, what happens at Burning Man, stays at Burning Man.