You like the idea of concerts, but minus the burly, sweaty douchebags who stand in front of you. You like listening to music while sitting down. You like being secure in the knowledge that no one will spill their $9 beer down your back.
In other words, you are not me.
But you are you, and as we learned in kindergarten, that’s ok. That’s why there are sit-down concert experiences available, like the one that will happen Monday, June 25, at the AMC Chesterfield 14 and the St. Louis Mills 18. That’s when popular alternative rock group Linkin Park will broadcast a one-night only concert to theatres across the globe.
The event is a showing of Linkin Park’s June 5 concert in Berlin, Germany and celebrates the upcoming release of the band’s new album, Living Things (available June 26 in the United States). The show, which will be broadcast in nearly 500 American theatres, begins at 7:30 p.m., Monday, June 25. Tickets are available at the theatre box offices and at www.FathomEvents.com.
Watch the trailer for Linkin Park’s concert film below: