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On June 23, for one night only in NY, see and hear Björk’s Voltaic: The Volta Tour Live in Paris in glorious high definition video and audio at the School of Visual Arts’ beautiful new theater.

**To win a pair of ticket’s for tonight’s NYC screening, leave a comment below! A winner will be selected by 4pm this evening.**

Björk’s very special DVD/CD/VINYL recording Voltaic, out June 30 in the U.S. via Nonesuch Records (One Little Indian in the UK, and Universal worldwide.) Voltaic is a lovingly produced celebration of the past two years of Björk’s Volta activities—her critically praised sixth studio album, which came out in 2007, and the subsequent two-year world tour.

Check out the trailer here:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x9llxf_bjork-voltaic-the-volta-tour_shortfilms

SCREENINGS
June 23 –  Los Angeles, CA  @  The Montalban Theater
June 23 –  Madison, WI  @  The Orpheum Stage Door
June 23 –  New York, NY  @  SVA Theater
June 23-28  –  Oxford, MS  @  The Amp
June 23-28  –  Lake Geneva, WI  @  Geneva Theater
June 24  –  Minneapolis, MN  @  The Trylon Microcinema
June 26, 27  –  Seattle, WA  @  Northwest Film Forum
June 26, 27  –  San Francisco, CA  @  The Roxie
June 26, 27  –  Bellingham, WA  @  Pickford Film Center
June 26, 27  –  New Orleans, LA  @  Zeitgeist Arts Center
July 20  –  Austin, TX  @  Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
*more dates to be announced at www.cinemapurgatorio.com

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LISTEN: Björk – Innocence [Volta, 2007]

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