While Hannah Montana made over $34 million this weekend, it took a hell of a lot of screens to do it. While Anvil! The Story of Anvil only made $34,800 – it only took three screens. Not only that, but Anvil‘s per screen average of $11,600 was better than any other new release this week.

Now, the movie is announcing more openings and a list of tour dates for The Anvil Experience – a double-feature of the movie and a performance by the band.

Cross your fingers and hope your city’s on the list, friends:


Tuesday April 14 El Corazon Seattle, WA Get Tix Here.

Thursday April 16 The Palladium Worcester, MA Get Tix Here

Friday April 17 Trocadero Philadelphia, PA Get Tix Here.

Tuesday April 21 Crofoot Ballroom Detroit, MI Get Tix Here.

Weds April 22 Metro Chicago, IL Get Tix Here.


OPENING APRIL 3 AMC Yonge & Dundas / Toronto, ON / BUY TICKETS

OPENING APRIL 10 Angelica / New York City, NY / BUY TICKETS AMC Empire 25 / New York City, NY / BUY TICKETS Nuart / Los Angeles, CA / BUY TICKETS

OPENING APRIL 17 Edwards University Town Center 6 / Irvine, CA / BUY TICKETS Landmark Varsity / Seattle, WA / BUY TICKETS Landmark Kendall Square / Cambridge, MA / BUY TICKETS

OPENING APRIL 24 Landmark Shattuck Cinema / Berkeley, CA / BUY TICKETS Lumire Theater / San Francisco, CA / BUY TICKETS Opera Plaza / San Francisco, CA / BUY TICKETS Music Box Theater / Chicago, IL / BUY TICKETS Ritz at the Bourse / Philadelphia, PA / BUY TICKETS Tivoli Theater / St. Louis, MO / BUY TICKETS Main Art Theater / Detroit, MI / BUY TICKETS Cinema 21 / Portland, OR / BUY TICKETS

OPENING MAY 1 Ken Theater / San Diego, CA / BUY TICKETS

OPENING MAY 22 E Street Cinema / Washington, DC / BUY TICKETS The Charles Theater / Baltimore, MD / BUY TICKETS Midtown Art Cinema / Atlanta, GA / BUY TICKETS The Belcourt / Nashville, TN / BUY TICKETS

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