I have just been informed that seven US cinemas have a delayed on-sale date, due to ticket system changes. If you try to order via the Fathom Events website, you will receive a message notifying you that tickets are not yet on sale (after you enter your zip code).
Apologies for the inconvenience caused. Those affected are as follows:
Tinseltown, Colorado Springs, CO
Cinemark @ Seven Bridges, Woodridge, IL
Tinseltown, Louisville, KY
Cinemark Tulsa, Tulsa, OK
Cinemark Pittsburgh Mills, Pittsburg, PA
Cinemark 24 Jordan Crossing, West Jordan, UT
Tinseltown USA, Kenosha, WI
As well as the Leicester Square premiere, 15 cinemas in the UK and three in the Netherlands (with more to be announced across Europe just as soon as we can confirm them), ‘Remember That Night: David Gilmour Live at The Royal Albert Hall’ will also be shown in
111 104 US cinemas.
Please click here for a list.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow: Friday 27 July. You can get them from the Box Office of all participating venues, as well as online.
Please do not contact any cinema today, as they will not issue tickets to anyone before Friday. You will not be able to jump the queue, no matter how hard you try. Really.
Before asking me any questions, such as how you get your ticket if you order online, where else you can purchase tickets if you can’t make it to the Box Office, and why your local cinema isn’t involved, please see Fathom Events’ FAQ page. Most common questions are answered there.
Tickets are priced at $12.50.
For this bargain fee (go on, admit it), not only do you get to see 85-minutes from the concert – in glorious High Definition – before the DVD is released. Heck, no. David will also be performing a song and taking part in a live Q&A session, which you can be involved in.
I’ll explain next week how you can ask David a question… and get your face on cinema screens across North America at the same time.
If you already know, please do not submit any questions for now. I don’t want them yet. I’ll let you know when I’m ready, so please be sure that your question has the best possible chance of being selected. Change the wording; make it shorter, snappier and more interesting.
I obviously anticipate a great number of questions, most of which, of course, will not make it through the selection process. It’s down to you to give your question the best possible chance.
The show starts at 3PM (Eastern) and 12PM (Pacific) on Saturday 15 September.
That’s right, it’s not Thursday 6 September, as in Europe. David is going to be doing this twice: two live satellite broadcasts, two live performances and two live Q&As.
That really is all that I can say about the second do for now, so please don’t bother asking for more.
I’ll have details of the 54 cinemas in Canada next week.