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Friday, January 29, 2021

Dead Meadow concert film to be screened outdoors at Orlando's Will's Pub for one night only

Posted By on Fri, Jan 29, 2021 at 2:23 PM

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Psych-rock stompers Dead Meadow convened last autumn to record a greatest-hits set for both a live album and video, and in February that film will be screened (or streamed) as a one-night only outdoor event that you can check out at Will's Dirty Laundry.

The band's 70-minute performance was filmed for the Levitation Sessions at the incredible Pillars of God amphitheater at Los Angeles' Camp Mozumdar — imagine a Black Sabbath stage set writ large. It makes for an impressive visual spectacle and it's as close as you'll get to seeing the band in person for the foreseeable future.

This live screening is presented by Orlando promoter Endoxa Booking — a comeback of sorts, as this is their first live event since a Voltaire show in mid-March. The event will be outdoors, seated at limited capacity: seating in the form of 4-top tables, and there will be 11 tables total. Masks are required.

"Dead Meadow: Levitation Sessions" screens on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. at Will's Pub's Dirty Laundry. Tickets are available now for $5-$10.

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