Our 5 Must See Festival Movies!

  1. "Taking Woodstock" (2009): Directed by Ang Lee, this film is a comedy-drama based on the true story of Elliot Tiber, the man who played a key role in organizing the 1969 Woodstock Music & Arts Festival. The movie provides a lighthearted and nostalgic portrayal of the festival's behind-the-scenes chaos and the spirit of the era. 

  2. "We Are Your Friends" (2015): This drama follows an aspiring DJ and his friends as they navigate the electronic dance music scene in Los Angeles. The film explores the passion for music, the challenges of breaking into the industry, and the excitement of attending music festivals. It offers a glimpse into the modern festival culture and electronic music scene. 

  3. "XOXO" (2016): This Netflix original film follows the journey of six strangers whose lives collide at an electronic dance music festival. The movie captures the thrill of attending a massive music festival, featuring electrifying performances, friendships, and the pursuit of dreams against the backdrop of pulsating music.

  4. "Go" (1999): While not exclusively focused on a music festival, this film revolves around a group of young people attending a rave party in Las Vegas. The movie is a dark comedy and offers a wild ride through the world of electronic music, parties, and the unexpected situations that can arise during a night out.

  5. "A Night at the Roxbury" (1998): This comedy film includes a memorable scene where the main characters, played by Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan, attempt to gain entry to a nightclub by pretending to be on the guest list for a high-profile music festival. While not entirely centered on festivals, it provides a humorous take on the nightclub and party scene. 

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