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311 Prep Third Installment of ‘Enlarged to Show Detail’ Documentary Series

Film, which includes fan footage and live performances, will make one-night-only theatrical debut on March 11th (“311 Day”)

Nick Hexum (l) and Aaron 'P-nut' Wills (r) of the Us Band 311 Perform in Concert at the White River State Park in Indianapolis Indiana Usa 21 June 2009311 in Concert - 21 Jun 2009

Nick Hexum and Aaron 'P-nut' Wills of 311.

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311 reflect on their nearly three-decade career in Enlarged to Show Detail 3, the third installment of their ongoing documentary series. The film premieres in theaters nationwide on, fittingly, March 11th (3/11) for one-night-only screenings.

The eclectic alt-rock band produced Enlarged to Show Detail 3 with Wayne Price, director of the Nashville/country-focused 2015 doc Heartworn Highways Revisited. The 90-minute movie follows previous Enlarged projects from 1996 and 2001 and features a mixture of fan-shot clips and high-quality live performance footage compiled from previous 311 Day concerts, 311 Caribbean Cruises and the 311 Pow Wow Festival.

Enlarged includes interviews with each of the band members (singer-guitarist Nick Hexum, singer-turntablist Doug “SA” Martinez, guitarist Tim Mahoney, bassist P-Nut and drummer Chad Sexton), along with more than 25 fans. More info is available at the event website.

Prior to the film’s debut, 311 will launch a U.S. tour February 25th in Orlando, Florida. The band has a handful of dates booked through the spring, along with their latest cruise, which runs March 1st through the 6th.

The quintet issued their 12th studio LP, Mosaic, in 2017.

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