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Above & Beyond to Screen “Giving Up The Day Job” Documentary in Portland and Seattle

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At ABGT250, fans were invited to watch an exclusive screening of Above & Beyond’s acoustic performance at the Hollywood Bowl last summer. The journey leading up to what has been hailed as “the biggest Above & Beyond show ever” was also filmed, and it’s hitting the big screen in Portland and Seattle in March!

Titled “Giving Up The Day Job”, the documentary covers the British trance trio’s unlikely journey from the DJ booth to the Hollywood Bowl. Award-winning directors Paul Dugdale and Myles Desenberg help deliver this intimate Above & Beyond story, giving fans a look at Jono, Tony, and Paavo’s personal lives and their decision to “go acoustic”. Starting January 30th, the film will be screened at select cinemas, nation-wide, in conjunction with the Above & Beyond Common Ground tour. Here’s what we know so far about the screenings here in the Pacific Northwest:

Portland

Above & beyond acoustic
Thursday, March 1
Cinema 21
Tickets and Additional Event Information

Seattle

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Thursday, March 8, Friday, March 9, Sunday, March 11
Northwest Film Forum
Additional Event Information

 

Tickets to the Portland screening are available, with Seattle tickets going on sale by the first week of February, according to the Capitol Hill-based Northwest Film Forum. Screenings in a few announced cities have sold out already! Seattle, keep close tabs on the Facebook event page for ticketing updates.

 

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