Rolling Thunder Revue, the Martin Scorsese-directed documentary about Bob Dylan‘s 1975-76 famed concert tour, is coming to Netflix June 12th. In addition to its streaming release, the film will be shown in select theaters worldwide.
Netflix this week released the poster for the film but has revealed few other details. A short synopsis on the Netflix website reads that “truth and myth are blurred in Martin Scorsese’s film experience” and a cast list includes only Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Allen Ginsberg.
This marks the second time Dylan and Scorsese have worked together, the first time being on the Scorsese’s 2005 documentary, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan.
Timed in conjunction with the film, Sony will release a 14-disc box set of material from the 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour and rehearsals. The box set will arrive June 7th.
Cities where the film will be shown in theaters for one-night only include London, Paris, Washington, DC, Nashville, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Tulsa, Tempe, Chicago, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Bologna and Sydney. The film will have a limited theatrical run in New York and Los Angeles.
Rolling Thunder Revue was Bob Dylan’s 1975-1976 concert tour which featured a traveling caravan of musicians including Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. The tour ran for 57 shows across North America.