Trocadero Theatre To Host Lamb Of God's "As The Palaces Burn"
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Philadelphia’s Trocadero Theatre will host the worldwide premiere of the Lamb Of God feature documentary film “As The Palaces Burn” on February 16th.
Capacity for this event will be limited to 800 people. Included in that capacity will be 50 VIP packages which will include a meet and greet with the band prior to the showing of the film.
The Trocadero Theatre was the site of the band’s platinum DVD, “Killadelphia,” which made this a natural choice for the movie premiere. A teaser trailer for film can be seen at this location.
Besides being shown theatrically worldwide in 350 theaters, 13 U.S club venues have been chosen for exclusive screenings of the film. Tickets for all venues go on sale this weekend, except in Toronto which go on sale today. The cities and venues are:
New York, NY - Highline Ballroom
Washington, DC - Howard Theatre
Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
Baltimore, MD - The Ottobar
Montreal, QC - Foufounes Electriques
Toronto, ON - Opera House
San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey
Denver, CO - Summit Music Hall
Chicago, IL - Ginger Man Tavern
Pittsburgh, PA - Club Cafe
Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
Seattle, WA – The Showbox
For information on the location of all theaters as well as dates of screenings and show times, head over here.
Following the 90 minute film, a 30 minute Q & A with the band and director Don Argott hosted by That Metal Show’s Ed Trunk, which was filmed at the band’s last 2013 concert appearance in Maryland, will be shown.
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