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Nirvana Live At The Paramount

The 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s Nevermind has been met by Sunday newspaper ‘think pieces’ on the state of modern music; the tribute covers record an attempt to stage a series of tribute shows featuring the talents of John Paul Young’s son Danny Marx Young; a reggae album; and – of course – the reissue of the album. Now there’s yet another way to celebrate the anniversary.

On Friday 23rd September, the day before the actual anniversary of Nevermind’s release, the never before seen Live At The Paramount film will be broadcast to cinemas across Australia in a special presentation hosted by Richard Kingsmill. Every ticket for the screening will include a copy of the double CD 20th Anniversary Deluxe edition of Nevermind, featuring 40 tracks including rarities, studio outtakes and live tracks.

Live At The Paramount was Nirvana’s first big homecoming show, at the height of the hype surrounding Nevermind and is the only known Nirvana live show ever recorded on film.

Participating Cinemas

Theatre Royal, Castlemaine
Reading Cinemas, Chirnside Park
Reading Cinemas, Epping
Deakin Cinema Complex, Mildura
Reading Cinemas, Warun Ponds
Cameo Cinemas, Belgrave
Classic Cinema, Elsternwick
Hoyts Melbourne Central, Melbourne
Hoyts Chadstone
Hoyts Northland
Village,Century City
Village Cinemas Karingal
Village Cinemas, Southland
Village Cinemas, Jam Factory
Village Cinemas, Crown

Hayden Orpheum Cremorne
Reading Cinemas Rhodes
Reading Cinemas Rouse Hill
Forum 6 Cinemas Wagga Wagga
Hoyts Blacktown
Hoyts Chatswood Westfield
Hoyts Penrith Penrith
Hoyts Warringah Mall
Event Cinemas Bondi Junction
Event Cinemas Campbelltown
Event Cinemas George Street
Event Cinemas Parramatta
Event Cinemas Miranda
Event Cinemas Castle Hill
Event Cinemas Top Ryde
Greater Union Glendale
Greater Union Tuggerah
Hoyts Broadway
Hoyts Entertainment Quarter Moore

Reading Harbour Town, Bigerra
Sovereign Cinema, Gympie
Blue Room Cinebar, Rosalie
Reading Cinemas, Townsville
Hoyts Stafford Stafford
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Chermside
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Indooroopilly
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Maroochydore
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Robina
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Mt Gravatt
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Cairns Central
BCC Mackay Mt Pleasant
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Rockhampton
Birch, Carroll & Coyle Townsville

Reading Cinemas, Belmont
Grand Cinemas, Bunbury
Grand Cinemas, Currambine
Grand Cinemas, Warwick
Hoyts Carousel
Hoyts Garden City Garden City
Greater Union Innaloo
Reading Cinemas, West Lakes
Hoyts Norwood
Greater Union Marion

Hoyts Woden
Event Cinemas Manuka

Birch, Carroll & Coyle Casuarina

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BeShakey said on the 6th Sep, 2011

three days after pj20 - could be an expensive week.


crob said on the 6th Sep, 2011

will try n see this....


daveyac8881 said on the 6th Sep, 2011

Not bad considering it comes with the 20th Anniversary Edition album, that'd normally be around 30 from a store? And a movie ticket around 20ish

Fake Plastic Android

Fake Plastic Android said on the 6th Sep, 2011

Is that for a ticket to watch the film (concert) + the special edition CD? If it is I don't think that's too bad at all.


crob said on the 6th Sep, 2011

whilst i agree its a good deal, i can't imagine anyone attending this wont own Nevermind ...with that said the bonus disk would be worth a listen

Fake Plastic Android

Fake Plastic Android said on the 6th Sep, 2011

I think the more important question here is....... will it be in 3D?


mooney88 said on the 6th Sep, 2011

$26 (minimum) for a new release Deluxe Edition and $20ish for an adult movie ticket or $25 for the movie on Blu Ray.

That is pretty good value IMO.

hedonism gibbon

hedonism gibbon said on the 6th Sep, 2011

i'll be super keen if they're gunna show some of mudhoney's set too!


MorningAfterboy said on the 6th Sep, 2011

The copy of Nevermind should definitely be optional. Like anyone needs another copy of that record.