Hutchings Museum Institute is excited to host the global premiere of The War to End All Wars – The Movie*, in collaboration with Swedish heavy metal rock band Sabaton and the History Rocks project. This movie’s world premiere is likely to become the largest global museum campaign of its kind.
* This film has not been rated and contains animated violence, minimal blood, tobacco, alcohol, and thematic elements of war.
Saturday, November 4 at 4:30pm (sold out) Saturday, November 4th at 6:30pm Friday, November 10 at 6:30pm
Hutchings Museum Institute | 55 N Center Street, Lehi, Utah
$5 per person / per screening
About the “History Rocks” Project:
The “History Rocks” project is a unique concept created by Sabaton, a globally-acclaimed Swedish rock band. Known for its factual storytelling abilities and songs that are written about historical events, the band’s enormous fan base (over 100 million listeners annually) consists of people of all ages and nationalities. And more often than not, they are extremely passionate about history. Following years of hard work and research, the rock band has created “The WarTo End All Wars – The Movie” in partnership with Yarnhub, an animation studio focused on historical content. This educational movie tells World War I stories and features music from the group’s latest album, “The War To End All Wars”. So… This is where your museum comes into the picture. Sabaton is granting museums around the world, both big and small, the opportunity to join this exciting world-wide project and open their doors to millions of Sabaton fans that are scattered across the globe by screening this movie on their premises.
About the band:
Founded in 1999 in Falun, Sweden, Sabaton is a five-piece rock band that is world renowned for its fact-based music about history. The group has over 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone as well as millions of social media followers spanning Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. It prides itself on its dedication to telling history from a non-political and unbiased standpoint, and covers subjects including but not limited to WW1, WW2 and the Swedish Empire. Considered one of the most hardworking bands in the industry, this group is self-managed, tours the world annually and has acquired top billed spots at some of the world’s biggest music festivals. Over the years, the band has been awarded an impressive collection of gold and platinum album accolades in various countries.