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Rush's “Clockwork Angels” Live Concert Film to Hit Theaters Next Month


Rush
is coming to a theater near you, but not for long!

The band announced today (October 31) that their forthcoming concert film Rush: Clockwork Angels Tour will hit big screens across the country for one day only, ahead of its release on CD and DVD/Blu-ray.

According to the official press release, 350 screenings are slated for Monday, November 18 at 7pm local time, in partnership with Rounder Records and NCM Fathom Events.

The film, which documents the band’s shows in Dallas and Phoenix from their Clockwork Angels tour last year, features some of Rush’s biggest hits such as “Tom Sawyer,” “The Spirit of Radio” and “2112,” as well as musical talents of the Clockwork Angels String Ensemble.

Besides the live performance elements, Rush: Clockwork Angels Tour also includes 25-minutes of documentary footage that will feature exclusive, behind-the-scenes material and interviews with Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart.

“Rush rocks, plain and simple, and their fans are truly passionate,” said NCM Fathom Events Senior Vice President Dan Diamond in a statement. “The ‘RUSH: Clockwork Angels Tour’ up on the big screen, front row center with theater sound, will be a concert experience their fans will never forget.”

Ticket info and theater locations are available at Rush.com or at the NCM Fathom Events website.