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Full Live Concert & Theatrical Premiere of "Mistaken For Strangers"

Today (Tuesday March 25, 2014)

Full Live Concert & Theatrical Premiere of "Mistaken For Strangers"


MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS SETS U.S. THEATRICAL PREMIERE

GRAMMY® NOMINATED THE NATIONAL ANNOUNCE COINCIDING LOS ANGELES PREMIERE AND CONCERT

A hilarious and moving portrait of family, ambition and rock stardom.

GRAMMY® nominated rock band The National were set to embark on the biggest tour of their career. The band is comprised of two sets of bothers—twins Aaron and Bryce Dessner on guitar, and Bryan and Scott Devendorf on drums and bass. Lead singer Matt Berninger, the only member without a sibling in the band, decided to invite his metalhead younger brother, Tom, to join the band’s crew as a roadie. Much to Matt’s chagrin, Tom soon began to ignore his roadie duties in order to make an unsanctioned documentary about the band. Tom’s camera captures his journey as he finds himself living in Matt’s shadow and acting out in a way only a little brother can—drinking, complaining, and struggling to balance his ambition with his responsibilities. An amazingly intimate and surprising film, Mistaken For Strangers delves into the joys and struggles of brotherhood. Pitchfork calls it, “The funniest, most meta music movie since Spinal Tap.”  The film, which opened the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, will see its theatrical premiere on March 25, 2014 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.  The gala event wouldn’t be complete without a performance from The National, so they will be on hand to celebrate with a full concert.  

 


Specs

  • Shrine Auditorium
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Show time: 7:00pm
  • Door time: 6:00pm
  • Age: All Ages+

Tickets

  • Tickets Available Now
  • $42.50*
  • * Service and/or handling fees are added to the price of each ticket.

The National were nominated for “Best Alternative Album” in the 56th Annual GRAMMY® Awards airing January 26th. Formed in 1999, the band has released six studio albums including The National and Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers. In 2004 they signed to Beggars Banquet releasing the critically acclaimed Alligator which features breakout anthem “Mr. November.” The album led the band to tour worldwide developing a passionate international fan base. Boxer reached an even wider audience with songs like “Fake Empire” which went on to be used in the 2008 Obama Presidential Campaign. In Mistaken For Strangers the audience glimpses the juggernaut of the band’s 2010 release High Violet, an album that sold over 600,000 copies. Their latest release Trouble Will Find Me debuted at #3 on Billboard’ s Top 200, marking their largest first week of sales to date. The success of Trouble Will Find Me reached new audiences through appearances on The Colbert Report, All Things Considered, The Mindy Project, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live! The Late Show with David Letterman, Conan and more.

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