Stars gathered last month at the London Palladium to pay tribute to Mick Fleetwood the founding member of Fleetwood Mac.
The show was described as spectacular with a list of artists that included, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, Metallica’s Kirk Hammett, the Who’s Pete Townshend and Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher through an epic 23-song set.
According to Louder, this special performance can be seen in the cinema’s around the world for two nights only on June 2 and June 7. As well as been treated to some live music, the show will include an introduction by Fleetwood, interviews and exclusive behind the scenes footage.
Martyn Atkins directs the concert film, he has previously worked on films including Joni 75 and Cream At The Royal Albert Hall. Sound producer Glynn Johns, who produced albums for the Who, Rolling Stones, Eagles and Led Zeppelin is responsible for the audio production.
Fleetwood said of the silver screen project: “This one of a kind show was no mean feat to put together and the ability to share and relive the event all over again in cinemas is incredible, for us, as artists, as well as our fans.
“I’m very happy this performance can now be experienced in a big-screen format by audiences far and wide all over the globe.”
Last week it was announced the sold-out show would also be released as a 4LP/2CD/Blu-ray deluxe book set on October 19. The vinyl and CDs will carry the audio from the concert, while the Blu-ray will feature the documentary made up of concert and interview footage.