Dave Grohl Announces Sound City Screenings Across U.S., Canada, One Night Only

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Courtesy Rosswell Films

Courtesy Rosswell Films

Sound CityDave Grohl‘s highly anticipated full-length documentary about a storied Los Angeles recording studio, will make its public premiere at the annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah this month.

Adoring fans unable to make it to Utah, will be pleased to learn that screenings have been scheduled for January 31, February 1 and a smattering of dates in most major U.S. and Canadian cities. Although strangely absent from the list is Las Vegas. See below for a full list of screenings. Advance ticket are available via film’s official website. The screenings coincide with Sound City’s on-sale February 1, available for DRM-free download via SoundCityMovie.com.

 

Grabbing recent headlines was Grohl’s announcement of the Sound City Players, an all-star jam band scheduled to appear as part of Utah’s Sundance Film Festival, January 18 at the Park City Live venue. Comprised of artists who participated in Grohl’s film, the roster includes fellow Foo Fighters Pat Smear, Taylor Hawkins, Chris Shiflett and Nate Mendel, his former Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic, Rage Against The Machine‘s Brad Wilk and hardcore punk rock icon, Lee Ving of Fear as well as musical icons Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty, Rick Springfield and Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick.

Since the single concert date sold out moments after its announcement, fans began speculating late last week about a potential Coachella performance.

January 31
New York, NY – Landmark Sunshine
Albuquerque, NM – Guild Cinema
Anchorage, AK – Bear Tooth Theatrepub
Atlanta, GA – Landmark Midtown Art
Austin, TX –  Alamo Drafthouse Village
Austin, TX –  Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane
Berkeley, CA – Landmark Shattuck 10
Boston, MA – Landmark Kendall Square
Chicago, IL – Landmark Century Centre
Cleveland, OH – Cedar Lee Theater
Columbus, OH – Gateway Film Center
Dallas, TX – Landmark Magnolia
Denver, CO – Landmark Mayan
Detroit, MI – Landmark Main Art
Duluth, MN – Zinema 2
Gainesville, FL – The Hippodrome
Grand Rapids, MI – UICA
Hartford, CT – Real Art Ways
Honolulu, HI – Kahala 8
Houston, TX – Landmark River Oaks
Indianapolis, IN – Landmark Keystone Art
Ithaca, NY – Cinemapolis
Jacksonville, FL – Sunray Cinema
Kansas City, MO – Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet
Miami, FL – O Cinema
Milwaukee, WI – Landmark Oriental
Minneapolis, MN – Landmark Lagoon
New Orleans, LA – Canal Place Theater
Oklahoma City, OK – Harkins Bricktown
Philadelphia, PA – Landmark Ritz East
Phoenix, AZ – Harkins Valley Art
Portland, OR – Hollywood Theater
Providence, RI – Cable Car Cinema
Sacramento, CA – Crest Theater
San Diego, CA – Landmark Hillcrest
San Francisco, CA – Roxie Theatre
Seattle, WA Seattle – Cinerama
St. Louis, MO – Landmark Tivoli
Tuscon, AZ – The Loft Cinema
Washington, DC – Landmark E-Street
Winston-Salem, NC – Aperture
Toronto, ON – TIFF Bell Lightbox
Vancouver, BC – VanCity Theater
Montreal, QC – Cinema du Parc

February 1
Los Angeles, CA – Sundance Sunset Theaters
New York, NY – Landmark Sunshine
Toronto, ON – TIFF Bell Lightbox
Nashville, TN – Belcourt Theater
Providence, RI – Cable Car Cinema
Phoenix, AZ – Harkins Valley Art
Miami, FL – O Cinema
Dallas, TX – Texas Theatre

February 7
Phoenix, AZ – FilmBar

February 15
Portland, OR – Hollywood Theatre

February 20
Columbus, OH – Gateway Film Center

February 22
Columbus, OH – Gateway Film Center

– Jay Tilles, Radio.com

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