A long-awaited documentary film on the hard rock band Triumph will premiere with a global streaming event on May 13.
Fans can tune in for the premiere event at 8:30 P.M ET, which will kick off with a moderated Q&A with all three members of Triumph – Rik Emmett, Gil Moore, and Mike Levine.
During the premiere, fans on laptop or desktop computers can interact and chat live.
Triumph: Rock & Roll Machine will be streamed worldwide, with the exception of Canada. Canadians can watch it exclusively on Crave.
Tickets for the global streaming event can be purchased for $19.99 at nugs.net/triumph.
The TIFF-selected documentary is described as “a celebratory, exhilarating thrill ride through the history of one of rock’s legendary acts.”
nugs.net have partnered with Round Hill Music for the global premiere.
“If you can’t make the premiere, you can still enjoy the film. Purchase tickets through May 15th. Every ticket includes 48-hours of unlimited On-Demand viewing from the first time you press play. On-Demand access will be available through May 30th,” nugs.net said.
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