Smashing Pumpkins documentary gets theatrical release

'If All Goes Wrong' will screen for one day only on November 6

A documentary filmed during Smashing Pumpkins’ 2007 residencies is set to get a release in movie theatres across the US next month.

‘If All Goes Wrong’ was shot when the band performed over 19 nights in Asheville, NC and San Francisco, CA last year and features interviews with the band’s own Billy Corgan, musicians such as The Who’s Pete Townshend and fans.

The movie will be shown in movie theatres for one day only on November 6 in 40 cities across the US, and will be released five days later on DVD. The DVD will include six new songs, recorded at the San Francisco shows.

As previously reported, the band will embark on a 20th Anniversary Tour, which will kick off a few days after they perform at the Neil Young Bridge School Benefit in California.

They will be playing a unique one-off set in every city and in the cities where they play two shows, fans who choose to go both nights will get different material – with one set called ‘Black Sunshine’ and the other ‘White Crosses’.

The dates are:

Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre (Bridge School Benefit) (October 26)

Cleveland, OH Palace Theatre (November 1)

Toronto, Ontario Massey Hall (‘Black Sunshine’) (3)

Toronto, Ontario Massey Hall (‘White Crosses’) (4)

New York, NY United Palace Theatre (‘Black Sunshine’) (6)

New York, NY United Palace Theatre (‘White Crosses’) (7)

Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata (8)

Washington, DC DAR Constitution Hall (‘Black Sunshine’) (11)

Washington, DC DAR Constitution Hall (‘White Crosses’) (12)

Boston, MA Wang Center (‘Black Sunshine’) (14)

Boston, MA Wang Center (‘White Crosses’) (15)

Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena (16)

Chicago, IL Chicago Theatre (‘Black Sunshine’) (18)

Chicago, IL Chicago Theatre (‘White Crosses’) (19)

Chicago, IL Auditorium Theatre (‘Black Sunshine’) (21)

Chicago, IL Auditorium Theatre (‘White Crosses’) (22)

St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre (26)

San Diego, CA RIMAC Arena (30)

Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre (‘Black Sunshine’) (December 2)

Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre (‘White Crosses’) (3)

–By our New York staff.

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