The Black Keys wowed festival attendees and filmmakers with two nights of headlining performances at The Marquis Park City as part of “The Premiere Series” to officially launch the new state of the art music venue during the 2024 Sundance Film Festival, in partnership with LNE Presents and featuring an activation by Film.io, with a supporting performance by opener Gabe Carter.
Talent notables such as Emmanuelle Chriqui, Matt Bellamy, Bijou Phillips, Billy Magnussen, Will Forte, Pauly Shore, Peter Shore, Paul Oakenfold, Caroline D’Amore, Lolla producer Brian Levy, Jason ‘Jroc’ Craig, Dylan O’Brien, Victoria Pedretti, Joel Michaely and many more were in attendance for the intimate, sold out shows by the legendary rock artists. The Black Keys, the American rock duo from Akron Ohio, led by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, performed each night for a packed house, backed with an incredible full band show paired with state of the art lighting.
The iconic rock band played a set for approximately 75 minutes per night, followed by an audience-demanded encore, as the room chanted “one more song.” The Marquis PC allows attendees to experience a concert in an unmatched, extremely intimate setting with top artists that they would only normally experience in large arenas, grand concert venues and festival settings.
Featuring an activation by Film.io, https://film.io/, the world’s newest, and first, powerful decentralized filmmaking ecosystem, placing Hollywood decision-making into the hands of creators and fans ambassadors engaged concert goers during the show, showcasing their innovative platform. Red Bull energy and Tito’s Vodka were also featured throughout the evening. The Black Keys were also in town to support the new Lolla documentary in the festival and promote their upcoming new album, which they previewed new music from for the engaged audience of fans, tastemakers, vips, filmmakers, cinafiles, and locals, alike.
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Photos: Credit Shutterstock Courtesy of LNE Presents and Film.io/featured image: Emmanuelle Chriqui and Caroline D’Amore