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AMC, Regal pass on “Electric Daisy Carnival”


By Adam Frazier
Hollywoodnews.com: Break out your glow sticks, kids — and your riot gear apparently — because “The Electric Daisy Carnival” is coming to your town.

Director Kevin Kerslake’s film about the annual rave and electronic music festival features helicopter footage of the event as well as backstage interview with electronic artists such as David Guetta, Steve Aoki and DJ Kaskade.

This past Wednesday at the film’s premiere, police in riot gear fought off crowds flocking to see Kaskade perform. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kaskade invited fans via Twitter to watch him play despite the fact it was an invite-only screening.

As a result of the riot, Regal and AMC theater chains will not be screening the documentary, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Regardless, “The Electric Daisy Carnival Experience” opens nationwide August 4.

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