Joni Mitchell tribute-concert film to be shown in NJ theaters

Joni 75 NJ

A poster for “Joni 75.”

Joni Mitchell turned 75 on Nov. 7, and on Nov. 6-7, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at The Music Center in Los Angeles hosted two tribute concerts titled “Joni 75.” A film made from those shows will screen nationally, Feb. 7. There is a complete list of New Jersey screenings below, a trailer under that and, under the trailer — SPOILER ALERT! — the setlist, which was identical for both shows.

Performers included James Taylor, Graham Nash, Emmylou Harris, Chaka Khan, Kris Kristofferson, Brandi Carlile, Seal, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Rufus Wainwright, Los Lobos (with La Marisoul, Cesar Castro and Xochi Flores) and Glen Hansard of The Frames. Mitchell attended but did not perform.

Information is available at Here is the list of New Jersey theaters where the film can be seen, listed alphabetically by locations. Shows are at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 unless otherwise noted.

Asbury Park: The ShowRoom Cinema. (Screening begins at 7:30 p.m. and there will also be a screening at 7:30 p.m. March 3.)
Burlington: Regal Burlington Stadium 20
Clifton: AMC Clifton Commons 16
Fort Lee: iPic Theaters Fort Lee. (There will also be a screening at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 10.)
Hackettstown: Cinépolis Mansfield
Hamilton Township: AMC Hamilton
Mays Landing: Regal Hamilton Commons Stadium 14
North Brunswick: Regal Commerce Center Stadium 18
Paramus: AMC Garden State 16
Parsippany: Cinépolis Parsippany
Rockaway: AMC Rockaway 16
Succasunna: Cinépolis Succasunna
Summit: Summit Elks Lodge
Wayne: AMC Wayne 14
Westfield: New Vision Rialto Theatre. (Screening begins at 7:30 p.m.)

“Court and Spark,” Norah Jones
“Coyote,” Glen Hansard
“For the Roses,” Diana Krall
“Blue,” Rufus Wainwright
“Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire,” Emmylou Harris
“The Magdalene Laundries,” Emmylou Harris
“Help Me,” Chaka Khan
“Dreamland,” Los Lobos
“Nothing Can Be Done,” Los Lobos
“River,” James Taylor
“Both Sides Now,” Seal
“Our House,” Graham Nash
“A Strange Boy,” Seal
“All I Want,” Rufus Wainwright
“Borderline,” Norah Jones
“Amelia,” Diana Krall
“The Boho Dance,” Glen Hansard
“A Case of You,” Kris Kristofferson
“Down to You,” Brandi Carlile
“Two Grey Rooms,” Chaka Khan
“Woodstock,” James Taylor
“Big Yellow Taxi,” Ensemble

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