Iconic British rock band The Cure has been making music since the ’70s, and to celebrate their 40th anniversary, they have just announced the release for their forthcoming film Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park London. It was filmed in 4K in London’s Hyde Park last summer, where The Cure gave an epic performance.
The film will give fans the feel of being behind the scenes and into the action, capturing the heart of the music and the passion and power that is The Cure. Frontman Robert Smith will tell the story as he works on other events involving the band. Smith praised the film by saying, “this really was the perfect way to celebrate 40 years of the band, it was a fabulous day none of us will ever forget.”
UK-based Cure fans may enjoy seeing Tim Pope interviewed live at The Space event in Brighton venue Tuesday 11th June. He directed most of The Cure's videos, as well as the much anticipated Hyde Park 2018 concert film. For more info, go to https://t.co/iXPK4c9L3a pic.twitter.com/s9qURO5OS6
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The film will be released this summer on July 11th, and early advance tickets can be purchased on June 6th. The Cure are also in the process of preparing to release their upcoming album.