🎥 Calling all music lovers and cinephiles! Get ready to experience the pinnacle of concert cinema as we present “The Last Waltz” – hailed by many as the greatest concert film of all time. And where better to witness this masterpiece than at Treefort Music Hall, home to the most epic sound system in the state?

🎸 Directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese, “The Last Waltz” captures the final performance of the iconic rock band, The Band, on Thanksgiving Day in 1976. It’s not just a concert film – it’s a piece of music history, a testament to the raw power of live performance, and a celebration of the end of an era.

🎶 From the soul-stirring vocals of Levon Helm to the blistering guitar solos of Robbie Robertson, every moment of “The Last Waltz” is a symphony of talent and passion. What truly sets this film apart, however, is its star-studded lineup of musical luminaries. Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Neil Young – icons of their generation – grace the stage, infusing the performance with an electrifying energy that reverberates through every frame.

🎬 But it’s not just about the music – it’s about the electrifying energy of the crowd, the intimate moments shared between bandmates, and the palpable sense of history in the making. “The Last Waltz” is a cinematic experience like no other, a journey through the highs and lows of rock ‘n’ roll, and a reminder of why we fell in love with music in the first place.

🔊 And where better to experience this sonic symphony than at Treefort Music Hall, renowned for its impeccable sound system? Every chord, every beat, reverberates with a clarity and resonance that borders on the divine, enveloping the audience in a sonic embrace that lingers long after the final note fades. After the incredible fun of our last event, “Stop Making Sense,” we’re attempting to raise the bar even higher!

🎉 So mark your calendars for June 29th, grab your friends, and come dance along to “The Last Waltz” at Treefort Music Hall. Trust us – this is one concert film you won’t want to miss.