Directioners won’t have a problem catching Where We Are at local cinemas. That’s because One Direction’s concert film is being released in 3,000 theaters worldwide.
Arts Alliance, an event cinema distributor responsible for promoting Coldplay Live 2012 and Pearl Jam Twenty, will produce 10,000 screenings of the 1D’s second concert documentary, over 50 territories, in just two days. The film, executive produced by Simon Cowell, is being touted by the Arts Alliance as “the biggest global ‘event cinema’ release ever” and “the first of many record-breaking theatrical releases” according to Variety. It chronicles (and is named after) the band’s current international tour, and features performances of their biggest hits (like “One Thing” and “Best Song Ever”) at Milan’s San Siro stadium.
Where We Are — The Concert Film’s October 11 and 12 showings will act as a grand finale One Direction’s tour; the eponymous live show wraps October 5 in Miami.
Fans will be able to purchase tickets for the cinematic feat on July 28; if sales are anything like their tour, they’re bound to go fast!