Though Walker initially had intended to perform a show in each city where the documentary screened, it appears that some screenings will take place without performances, and some planned performances have not yet received Out Of Focus screening locations. Tickets are being sold separately, even in the markets where both will take place.
Additionally, Walker put out a call for local openers for four of his seven shows earlier this month, in order to give emerging bands a local platform for exposure.
Below, you'll find a full list of performance dates and newly expanded screening locations.
Sept 5 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA
Sept 6 – Mercy Lounge – Nashville, TN *
Sept 7 – 40 Watt – Athens, GA *
Sept 9 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
Sept 10 – Highline – New York, NY
Sept 11 – Sinclair – Boston, MA
Sept 17 – Bootleg Theatre – Los Angeles, CA *
* no screening
Out Of Focus Screenings
Sept 5 – Plaza Theatre – Atlanta, GA
Sept 8 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL ^
Sept 9 – West End – Washington, DC
Sept 10 – Village East – New York, NY
Sept 11 – Landmark’s Kendall Square – Boston, MA
Sept 12 – Northfield 18 – Denver, CO ^
Sept 16 – Valley Art Theater – Tempe, AZ ^
Sept 17 – St. Anthony Main Theater – Minneapolis, MN ^
Sept 17 – Muvico Broward 18 – Pompano Beach, FL ^
Sept 17 – Studio Movie Grill Plano – Plano, TX ^
^ no performance
Out Of Focus, which premiered at the Nashville Film Festival in the spring of 2012, was directed by Peter Harding and Shane Valdes, and examines both Walker's personal life and his influential career. In addition to being an accomplished solo artist, Butch recently produced Fall Out Boy's Save Rock And Roll and Panic! At The Disco's upcoming Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, along with many, many other well-known releases of the past several years.
Here's a trailer for the documentary: