SABATON Unveils Final Museum Lineup For Global Premiere Of “The War To End All Wars – The Movie”

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Swedish heavy metal band, Sabaton, and 119 museums around the world have joined hands for the most anticipated museum event of the year, the global premiere of “The War To End All Wars – The Movie”, which kicks off this week.

This unprecedented global premiere falls under Sabaton’s “History Rocks” charity project, developed to help museums across the world by boosting their visibility and introducing them to a new, untapped audience of Sabaton fans and history buffs.

The band is excited to reveal the final list of participants in this groundbreaking project and express their heartfelt gratitude to all who have contributed to making this unique venture a reality.

The final list of participants in “The War To End All Wars – The Movie” includes an array of museums, mainly military museums, spanning 29 territories. You can now check HERE if your local museum is participating. The collaboration is a testament to the band’s dedication to providing an immersive and educational experience for their fans and history enthusiasts worldwide.

“The War To End All Wars – The Movie” will be screened globally from November 4-19, 2023, encompassing the two weeks surrounding the historic date of Armistice Day (November 11). This year marks the 105th anniversary of this commemorative day.

In addition to sharing the final participation list, the band wishes to express their excitement as the global premiere draws near. Bassist and band manager, Pär Sundström, comments: “We’re looking forward to sharing “The War To End All Wars – The Movie” with our fans and everyone who values history, and can’t wait to present it to the world and see what the reaction is! We hope that positive things come out of this and that museums benefit from this never-been-done-before project.”

For more information on Sabaton and the “History Rocks” project, watch The National WWI Museum and Memorial’s recent interview with Pär Sundström HERE.

Unveiled on June 12 of this year, “History Rocks” is a result of the band’s urge to help museums around the world. The mission of this charitable initiative is to amplify the visibility of museums worldwide and to encourage a fresh, untapped audience of metalheads and history enthusiasts to contribute to their local museums.

Another fundamental objective of this project worth noting is that it aims to place World War I and its significance to mankind in the spotlight.


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