Avett Brothers Documentary Coming To Chicago Theaters For Single Night

The Avett Brothers documentary May It Last: A Portrait Of The Avett Brothers is set to debut in theaters nationwide for a single night, and Chicagoans will have a chance to see it.

The film, which debuted at SXSW earlier this year, will hit more than 250 theaters on Tuesday, September 12, including a showing at Chicago’s Arclight Theater and The Music Box Theatre, in addition to showings in five nearby suburbs and towns.

Directed by Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio, the documentary followed the folk-rock band’s time in the studio with proucer Rick Rubin for the making of their 2016 full-length record, True Sadness.

Read a list available Chicago-area venues for the screening below, or check out a full list here.

Chicago – The Music Box Theatre

Chicago – Arclight Chicago

Lombard – AMC Yorktown 18

Barrington – AMC South Barrington 24

Naperville – AMC Naperville 16

Skokie – AMC Village Crossing 18

Lincolnshire – Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 20

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