ALICE IN CHAINS Announces Special Acoustic Show In Oklahoma

ALICE IN CHAINS will perform a very special acoustic show on February 5, 2011 at Winstar Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma. Tickets go on sale on Friday, December 3 at 10 a.m.

Fan-filmed video footage of ALICE IN CHAINS' October 8, 2010 concert at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington can be viewed at this location. One of the clips is available below.

The band's setlist was as follows:

01. Them Bones
02. Dam That River
03. Rain When I Die
04. Again
05. Check My Brain
06. Your Decision
07. No Excuses
08. Last of My Kind
09. Grind
10. Rotten Apple
11. We Die Young
12. Acid Bubble
13. Down in a Hole
14. Lesson Learned
15. Junkhead
16. Rooster

Encore:

17. Black Gives Way To Blue
18. Love, Hate, Love
19. Man in the Box
20. Would?

A review of the concert, which was recorded by the New Jersey company HDlogix for an upcoming 3D movie, can be found at The Seattle Times. Directing the photography is Jeff Cronenweth, cinematographer of movies such as "The Social Network" and "Fight Club". His brother, ad director Tim Cronenweth, is directing the concert movie.

After post-production is done, the 3D version of the concert will be shown in theaters and released on Blu-ray 3D discs.

HDLogix is a media and entertainment company specializing in 3D. The company most recently worked on the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game and several concert events.

The gig was part of the band's current BlackDiamondSkye tour, which recently brought ALICE IN CHAINS to New York City to headline the legendary Madison Square Garden.

The BlackDiamondSkye tour also featured DEFTONES and MASTODON.

ALICE IN CHAINS was touring behind its 2009 album, "Black Gives Way To Blue", the group's first all-new release in 14 years.

DuVall joined the band when it was reactivated in 2006. Original singer Layne Staley died in April 2002 of a drug overdose.

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