The Weird and Wonderful World of Industrial Musicals with special guest Steve Young

THE BIZARRE AND HILARIOUS WORLD OF INDUSTRIAL MUSICALS COMES TO SAN LUIS OBISPO! Motivational show tunes about selling tractors, bathtubs, and dog food that the public was never meant to see! Hotel San Luis Obispo and the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival will host an unusual one-two punch of comedy and music on Friday, November 8th, as Steve Young, former Letterman writer and star of the acclaimed documentary Bathtubs Over Broadway, screens the film at the Palm Theatre and participates in a Q & A session before moving next door to Hotel San Luis Obispo to present a selection of vintage industrial musicals on film that can be seen nowhere else.

  • Steve Young
  • Dava Whisenant
  • 87 minutes
  • “Bathtubs Over Broadway” screens at the Palm Theatre
    followed by Steve Young’s Industrial Musical Live Show at Hotel San Luis Obispo
    Meet-and-greet cocktail reception, wine and appetizers during the show

    Friday, November 8th
    5pm – Movie at the Palm Theatre plus Q&A with Steve Young
    7:30pm – Reception at Hotel SLO
    8:00pm – Live show

    Film & Live Show: $85
    (includes Palm Theatre movie, live show, wine and appetizers)
    Live Show Only: $75
    (includes live show, wine and appetizers)
    Students and Film Society:
    Film & Live Show: $75, Live Show Only: $65
    Tables of eight are available for $600
    (Includes Palm Theatre movie, live show, wine & appetizers, please call 805-546-3456 to reserve)

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About San Luis Obispo International Film Festival

Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, surrounded by lush vineyards, ranchland and a 100-mile coastline, the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival (SLO Film Fest) is headquartered in the quaint, sophisticated downtown of San Luis Obispo on the spectacular Central Coast of California. As a premiere 6-day annual event, the SLO Film Fest showcases contemporary and classic film screenings in a wide variety of venues, from the city's classic art deco Fremont Theatre, to the popular independent Palm Theatre, with a variety of unexpected venues from the wine country of Paso Robles to the seaside town of Morro Bay.