Palace Cinemas and Young Henrys have partnered up to bring you this very first Palace Touring: 2019 Music Film Festival from 1-14 August 2019 in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth and Byron Bay. Featuring a series of the most iconic music feature films from the past 40 years in a variety of musical and cinematic genres, special events will be hosted by Young Henrys for the Opening and Closing Nights. There's complimentary beer or cider on arrival (*for those over the age of 18) as Opening Night kicks off with the Australian Premiere of the brand new, stunning 4K restoration of The Doors: The Final Cut.
Supervised by Oliver Stone and brought to life with a newly remastered soundtrack, it's a psychedelic and powerful musical portrait that captures the furious energy of the 60s brilliantly, and the myth of The Doors iconic frontman Jim Morrison; the man whose music shaped an era. As a true fan of music and film, relive the journey of your music idols. If ever you missed seeing them live, get up close and personal on the big screen and enjoy the myriad of emotions and life that music brings.
The Chills: The Triumph & Tragedy of Martin Phillips is your Closing Night Event. A brand new music documentary touted to join the ranks of cinema greats. It journeys to the heart of one of New Zealand music's most genius and beloved bands. The eccentric bandleader is the narrator of the story of his personal struggles, inclusive of archive footage of the glory years. A revitalising, honest and inspiring tribute to a great band indeed.
The Chills: The Triumph & Tragedy of Martin Phillips
Some of the other iconic music feature films that immediately come to mind are Saturday Night Fever with Travolta making his moves; The Beatles - Eight Days A Week - the magical four that become an extraordinary phenomenon and those haircuts that changed the look of a nation; and This is Spinal Tap - with every soundies favourite line; it goes to 11!
Check the full exciting lineup and book your tickets to a brand new popular event that's bound to sell out fast in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth and Byron Bay. With tickets ranging from $12 (Palace Movie Club) to $15 standard, it's a great way to relive the glory days.