G3: 'Live In Tokyo' Theatrical World Premiere Scheduled For Later This Month

The world premiere of G3's "Live In Tokyo" DVD, featuring performances by world-renowned rock guitarists Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and John Petrucci, will take place on Tuesday, October 25 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern / 8:00 p.m. Central / 8:00 p.m. Pacific at the following theaters:

New York - Brooklyn Pavilion, Brooklyn
New York - Farmingdale Multiplex, Long Island
Los Angeles - Universal City Walk Cinemas, City Walk
Chicago - Loews 600 N. Michigan, Chicago
Boston - Loews Boston Common, Boston
San Francisco - Loews Sony Metreon, San Francisco
Washington, DC - Loews Cineplex Rio 18, Gaithersburg, MD
Detroit - Emagine Canton, Canton, MI
Seattle - Galaxy 12, Monroe, WA
San Diego - Poway Creekside 10, Poway, CA

Previous G3 concert DVD releases have been certified gold sellers. A 5.1 theatrical mix was created especially for this event.

These movie theater screenings will mark a release event for the concert DVD, which will arrive in retail stores the same day. The DVD will be available for purchase at each cinema screening the film. "Live In Tokyo" will be presented in theaters in high definition and employ Dolby 5.1 Digital Surround Sound to enhance the audience experience.

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"We are delighted to work directly with Epic Records and our theater partners to deliver the G3 concert and create an Event for the DVD's release," said Michael J. St. Clair, president of Pillar Entertainment. "With the technically proficient nature of these guitarists, it makes perfect sense to have their material presented in cinema grade high definition with a 5.1 theatrical mix created especially for this event."

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