When the Chemical Brothers show up at a venue, they’re not just looking to get people sweating and dancing to the earth-shaking bass and electronic grooves. They also make sure it’s a fully immersive experience by displaying a gigantic screen of psychedelic, tripped-out visuals. And for the first time ever, fans of the duo will be able to see all of this from the comfort of a movie theater.
Director/longtime visual collaborator Adam Smith presents Don’t Think, a film that takes place at Japan’s Fujirock Festival. It’s the first concert film to feature Dolby 7:1 surround sound — something that should make the viewing experience that much crazier — and it even includes two new Chemical Brothers tracks.
And here at Prefix, we’re giving away tickets to three screenings of the film on Feb. 1 in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. In New York, you’ll be able to catch the film at Union Square Stadium 14; in Chicago, it’s at City North Showplace 14; and in L.A., it’s at AMC Century City 15.
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- Be sure to check back here to see if you have won because we’ll need to message you via Facebook to receive your mailing address to send you the tickets.
You can watch the film’s trailer below and learn more about it at the official Don’t Think website, where you can also purchase tickets.