The National to Headline Shrine Auditorium & Premiere New Documentary “Mistaken For Strangers”

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After selling out the Hollywood Forever Cemetery back in May, the National are back in Los Angeles with a very special performance lined up at the Shrine Auditorium on Tuesday, March 25. In 2010, the National released their greatest album ever, High Violet, and it was ranked one of Grimy Goods best albums of 2010. This past May, the National released yet another incredible album, Trouble Will Find Me (which is sure to grace our top albums of 2013 list). While touring the past year in support of their sixth studio album, lead singer Matt Berninger, the only member without a sibling in the band, decided to invite his metalhead younger brother, Tom, to join the band’s crew as a roadie. Much to Matt’s chagrin, Tom soon began to ignore his roadie duties in order to make an unsanctioned documentary about the band. All that candid footage has now become an intimate and hilarious film titled, “Mistaken For Strangers”. The National will premier this very special documentary at their Shrine Auditorium date, followed by a live concert by the National.

Tickets to the National at the Shrine Auditorium are priced at $42.50 and the show is all-ages. Tickets will go on sale this Saturday, December 21 at 10 a.m.


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