Remember The Airborne Toxic Event’s Fillmore Residency with a Free Digital Programme (updated)

Posted: September 23, 2014 in Clamoring of the Crowd
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The Airborne Toxic Event Fillmore Programme sample

After months of counting down to The Airborne Toxic Event’s Fillmore residency, we now live on the other side of it.

It was all we ever wanted – and more.

3 nights. 3 albums. 64 songs played, including 43 unique tracks. Brand new songs. Very old songs. B-sides. Covers. New arrangements. Live streams. And one big-ass bird.

You’ll never want to forget it – and you’ll never have to.

Last week, prior to the first show, we released a one-of-a-kind keepsake, free to all TATE fans. With the shows now behind us, our digital TATE Fillmore programme has been updated and expanded from 20 to 28-pages. The setlists from all three nights have been added, and it is now jam-packed with a visual buffet of photos from the residency, courtesy of Elva, Jessica and Julie.

Created, edited and designed by Stephanie Webb and Glen Hoos, the programme also includes Mikel Jollett’s personal reflections on each song from Airborne’s first three studio albums, plus the fan-selected bonus track “A Letter to Georgia,” which have been shared via the band’s Facebook and Twitter feeds in the month leading up to the event.

Also included are bios of each of the three support bands for the residency: Kiev, In the Valley Below and White Arrows, as well as a brief overview of the historic venue in which the performances took place.

The programme is now available in two versions: a digital version ideal for viewing on screen, and a print-ready version for those who want a hard copy.

We hope you’ll enjoy this lasting memento of three epic nights.

Click here to download The Airborne Toxic Event Fillmore Residency digital programme.

Click here to download a print-ready file set up for booklet printing, with crop marks.

(Tip: Right-click the link and select “Save Link As” to save the PDF file to your computer.)

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Comments
  1. Very well done! Thanks for everything you do and for letting me live vicariously through you during this residency šŸ™‚

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  3. […] Aug. 18: The Airborne Toxic Event begins a daily countdown to the Fillmore residency, sharing insights into every song from the studio albums through social media (which we would later compile in our Fillmore digital programme) […]

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