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If you missed TFF’s spectacular opening night last spring, Nasty Nas and his crew are giving you another chance to catch a screening of his music documentary Time is Illmatic followed by a live performance of the entire album that started it all. The Queensbridge-based artist will be going on a North American Tour that will replicate Tribeca’s opening night in cities around the country, giving fans everywhere the opportunity to fully experience and understand Nas’ game-changing debut album Illmatic.
The tour will kick off in Rochester on October 2nd this fall, just a day before the documentary’s release on VOD and iTunes on October 3rd. Time is Illmatic captures the trajectory of Nas’ debut album, and reveals the seemingly unconquerable obstacles the New York artist faced in developing what now remains as one of the greatest hip-hop albums in music history.
The tour and release of the film will thus cap off the 20th anniversary of Illmatic, and serve as a final celebration of the highly influential and lauded 1994 album.
Don’t miss this truly rare opportunity, and check out the North American Fall tour dates so you can take in all that Illmatic has, and continues to offer.
*Will not be screening Nas: Time is Illmatic
Oct. 2nd Rochester, NY Main Street Armory*
Oct. 3rd Albany, NY Palace Theatre
Oct. 4th Washington D.C. Lincoln Theatre (Matinee)
Oct. 5th Glenside, PA Keswick Theatre
Oct. 8th Toronto, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Oct. 9th Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit
Oct. 10th Hammond, IN Horseshoe
Oct. 11th Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theatre*
Oct. 12th Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
Oct. 15th Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
Oct. 16th Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Oct. 17th Las Vegas, NV The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas*
Oct. 18th Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 19th Oakland, CA Fox Theater
(Hennessy V.S, The Ford Foundation’s Just Films, and Tribeca Film Institute’s Tribeca All Access program supported the project and vision to celebrate and bring Nas’ story to audiences nationwide.)