Bon Jovi announced today that they will bring their Lost Highway movie to more than 100 theatre screens across the country for an exclusive, one night-only engagement on Tuesday, November 6, courtesy of The Bigger Picture, the alternative content distribution division of Access Integrated Technologies, Inc. ("AccessIT") (NASDAQ:AIXD).
The concert movie captures the rock superstars in an intimate show from July 30 at Chicago’s WTTW Studios, where just 400 lucky fans witnessed Bon Jovi performing their recent Billboard #1 album, Lost Highway--in its entirety from start to finish--along with three additional hit songs from the band’s massively successful catalog. This singular event, much talked about by fans since it occurred, will instantly reach millions more across the country through The Bigger Picture’s nationwide movie screening, which offers the highest quality picture and sound available in DCI-conforming 2K digital cinema.
“For Bon Jovi fans across the country, this will be like sitting in the front row of one of the band’s concerts, with fellow cheering fans, amazing sound and perfect sightlines,” said Jonathan Dern, Co-president of The Bigger Picture. “We’re thrilled to help the band bring this once-in-a-lifetime show to millions of music lovers with state-of-the-art sound and visuals. Bon Jovi fans shouldn’t miss it!”
This unique movie engagement, along with the ten shows Bon Jovi recently played at their home state’s new Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, marks the launch of the highly anticipated world tour for the gold-selling Lost Highway album and provides fans with an unparalleled opportunity to see and hear Bon Jovi up close and personal. To find a theater near you that will be screening Bon Jovi’s The Lost Highway movie on Tuesday, November 6th, log on to www.TheBiggerPicture.us. Don’t miss Bon Jovi on tour. Go to bonjovi.com for tour cities and ticket information.”
Bon Jovi has set the bar for more than two decades as one of the most successful rock bands in the world. Globally, they have sold more than 120 million albums and performed more than 2,500 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 32 million fans. Their latest album, the Nashville-inspired Lost Highway, was released June 19, 2007, debuted at #1 around the world and includes the hits songs "Lost Highway" and "(You Want To) Make a Memory." The band's 2005 album, Have a Nice Day, featured the Grammy-Award winning song, "Who Says You Can't Go Home," and fueled one of the top-selling tours of 2005.