Dixie Chicks to Hit the Big Screen With ‘DCX MMXVI – In Concert’
The Dixie Chicks’ MMXVI World Tour ended earlier this year, but fans will have the chance to catch it again… Only this time, it will be on the big screen. The band announced via Twitter that Fathom Events will be presenting “DCX MMXVI – In Concert” at select theaters across the United States for a special one night only event.
The Dixie Chicks, the top selling all-female band and the biggest-selling country group in the U.S., marked their first North American tour in 10 years when the embarked on The MMXVI World Tour. Over the course of their excursion, the trio played 82 shows around the world, spanning from North America to Europe to Australia. Nearly 800,000 fans got to see the tour, and that number will continue to increase once it airs in theaters.
The concert will feature live performances of their biggest hits, including “Wide Open Spaces,” “Goodbye Earl,” “Landslide,” Cowboy Take Me Away” and “Not Ready to Make Nice.”
The MMXVI World Tour featured the band doing several covers of other artists’ songs – including “Daddy Lessons” that they performed with Beyoncé on the 2016 CMA Awards – but there is no word if any of those will be featured in the concert recording.
Theater locations and tickets for the Dixie Chicks MMXVI Tour screening can be found on the Fathom Events website.