A Classic Concert from The Doors is Coming to Theaters

A still from 'The Doors: Live At The Bowl '68'
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The original line-up of The Doors took their last bows many years ago, but you'll be able to see them again thanks to a special one-night-only movie theater event on Nov. 4.

Trafalgar Releasing will present a special edition of the band's Live At The Bowl '68 in theaters, remastered in Dolby Atmos and 5.1 surround sound by the band's engineer Bruce Botnick and featuring bonus performances by surviving band members Robby Krieger and John Densmore, plus a special conversation with Krieger, Densmore and band/estate manager Jeff Jampol.

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The show, released in part on vinyl, CD and videocassette in 1987 and expanded for fuller release in 2012, serves as a companion to and celebration of the 50th anniversary of 1971's L.A. Woman, The Doors' final album with lead singer Jim Morrison. That album will, of course, get a deluxe reissue in October.

Tickets for The Doors: Live At The Bowl '68 Special Edition will go on sale Sept. 21.

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