(CelebrityAccess News Service) – Coldplay Live 2003, a concert film and tour documentary, will premiere in an exclusive big screen event on November 3, at 7:30 p.m. at select Regal Entertainment Group theatres across the country. The exclusive one night only big screen premiere will be presented in REG theatres on the eve of the November 4 release of the band's Coldplay Live 2003 two-disc live DVD/CD (Capitol Records).
The special concert event presented by Regal CineMedia entertainment services, Spring Communications, AEG LIVE, and Capitol Records will take place in REG theatres in 31 cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, among others. Advance tickets are available through November 2 for $10. Event day tickets will be available for $12.50.
Coldplay Live 2003 was filmed the band's July 21- 22, 2003 performances at Sydney Australia's Hordern Pavilion. Directed by Russell Thomas and filmed by the production company Done &Dusted in a nine-camera, super 16mm shoot, Coldplay Live 2003 features live performances of Coldplay's international hits "In My Place," "Clocks," and "The Scientist," a new song, "Moses" and two rarities previously unreleased in the U.S. – "One I Love," and "See You Soon." The DVD's 40-minute tour documentary features behind-the-scenes footage of the band at various locations around the world, including Los Angeles, London, and Madrid.
"The new Regal Digital Content Network(DCN) will give Coldplay fans an exclusive chance to see the band like never before, on the big screen," said Dan Diamond, RCM vice president, business development. "Coldplay Live 2003 is Regal CineMedia's latest concert in a series of successful big screen events. Using Regal DCNSM distribution, we can give music fans a special evening of entertainment – a chance to see and experience the best performances of renowned bands such as Coldplay in select Regal theatres around the U.S."
The Coldplay Live 2003 concert event is part of a continuing series utilizing the Regal DCN system, the world's largest theatre video and communications network for the delivery of digital content. RCM has previously used its digital network to present concert events with musical artists such as Korn, Tom Petty, Beyonce´, KISS and Rush. –Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen