If you need a Rolling Stones fix and their new blues album “Blue and Lonesome” didn’t do it for you (though it's quite good), then try their new concert film of their 2016 Latin American tour.
“The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America” will be screened at 8 p.m. Monday at five different Twin Cities theaters.
It features scenes from the band’s first-ever performance in Havana and eight other Latin America cities in February and March.
The 125-minute film includes Ron Wood investigating street art in Sao Paulo, a mariachi band performing “Happy” in Mexico City, and Mick Jagger and Keith Richards talking about the writing of “Honky Tonk Women” before they perform an acoustic version in a backstage dressing room in Lima.
The movie was directed by Paul Dugdale, a 36-year-old Londoner who also helmed concert films by Adele, One Direction and Coldplay.
The tour took place early this year but judging by the Stones’ performance in Minneapolis in June 2015 and at the Desert Trip festival in October 2016, the band is in top form.
The film will be shown at Eagan 16, Southdale Megastar 16, Showplace Icon at the West End in St. Louis Park, Oakdale Cinema and Rosedale 14. Admission is about $15. For info and advance ticket sales, go to fathomevents.com.