Photo: Sam JonesHistory of the Eagles: Part One, a documentary about the legendary band, is getting its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 19, and now you've got a chance to be in the audience to enjoy it in person.
The Eagles have partnered with Acura to offer one lucky fan and a guest a chance to fly to Park City, Utah for four days and three nights and attend the documentary screening, as well as a Q&A session with the filmmakers afterwards. The members of the Eagles will be in town for the premiere, so it's possible you'll get to see them as well. All you need to do to enter is visit Acura's Facebook page, select the "like" tab, and then go to the "Flyaway Sweeps" link to enter.
The day of the premiere, Acura will also launch an online Eagles guitar auction, featuring an acoustic guitar signed by Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit. Proceeds from the auction will benefit environmental organizations in Park City, Utah. The band will appear at the Acura Studio in Park City to autograph the guitar and kick off the auction.
As previously reported, History of the Eagles: Part One documents the band's rise to fame in the '70s and features more than 25 new interviews, plus unreleased home movies, archival footage and the band members' personal photos, video and memorabilia.
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