You can now watch a documentary about Paul Oakendfold’s DJ set at the top of Mount Everest.

Back in 2017, legendary trance figure Paul Oakenfold celebrated the 30 year anniversary of the beginning of the Second Summer of Love by playing the “highest party in the world“ on Mount Everest’s Base Camp in the early hours of the morning, raising money for Supporting Nepal’s Children and Youth Music.

Now, available exclusively via movie and music service FlixFling, a documentary film titled ‘SoundTrek: A Music Journey To Mount Everest’ captures Oakenfold as he travels through Nepal’s remote villages and the Himalayan Mountains for the momentous DJ set.

“The success of SoundTrek Mount Everest was just the beginning,” Paul Oakenfold says.  “Based on the amount of money raised for charity and the global success of the adventure, I plan to do many more SoundTreks around the globe.”

You can watch the documentary via FlixFling.

In 2018, Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold became the first DJs to ever play at Stonehenge.