Dream Theater ‘Live at Luna Park’ to Receive Theatrical Screening
Dream Theater may not hit the road in the U.S. until next year, but fans will still have plenty to digest this fall. Not only is their self-titled album en route, but so is the new concert DVD, ‘Dream Theater: Live at Luna Park’ and the group has just announced that prior to the concert film’s release it will receive a theatrical screening.
On Sept. 19, the movie will air in theaters worldwide, brought to audiences courtesy of SpectiCast and Eagle Rock Entertainment. Fans will get to experience the wonder of John Petrucci‘s riffing, Jordan Rudess‘ keyboard wizardry, John Myung’s powerful low end, Mike Mangini’s nimble drumming and the vocals of James LaBrie all on the big screen.
The ‘Dream Theater: Live at Luna Park’ concert film was recorded during the final leg of the band’s ‘A Dramatic Turn of Events’ world tour. The group let the cameras roll over two nights in Buenos Aires, Argentina — home to one of the band’s most vocal and loyal fan bases.
In the film, the band work through such classics as ‘Pull Me Under,’ ‘Metropolis, Pt. 1,’ ‘The Silent Man,’ ‘The Root of All Evil’ and even the recent favorite, ‘On the Backs of Angels.’ To see a trailer for the film and check out the closest location for a screening, visit the Live at Luna Park website.
Following the screening, the DVD will arrive in stores on Sept. 24. It’s currently available for pre-order in a variety of options and formats. Check Dream Theater’s webstore for pre-order packages.