Foo Fighters Concert to Hit Theaters in 3D
The band will perform new album "Wasting Light" after a nationwide screening of "Foo Fighters: Back and Forth" doc.
A new dimension has been added to a Foo Fighters concert that'll be broadcast live to theaters on April 5 -- Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp. will now present the show in 3D.
The performance, featuring the band's entire new album Wasting Light, follows the previously announced screening of the Foo Fighters: Back and Forth doc in 80 theaters across the country.
The live 3D production involves Cinedigm, Sweetwater/NEP, Hi-Ground Media, and Element Technica. Cinedigm Entertainment Group president Jonathan Dern said, "This is a collaboration of world class, innovative and experienced 3d partners in the business. We look forward to providing a fantastic evening to fans around the country."
Wayne Miller, in association with Action 3D, has been tapped as the 3D producer and director of the live 3D performance broadcast.
Foo Fighters unveiled the film and played the album in its entirety at the South By Southwest festival last week.
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