Rihanna’s 777 Tour documentary to air on Fox tonight
Tune into Fox tonight to catch the premiere of Rihanna’s new documentary, 777 Tour.
The version that’s airing on Fox tonight at 8 p.m. ET will be an edited down version of 777 Tour. The full 77-minute version will become available to purchase on DVD starting Tuesday, May 7th.
Make sure to use the hashtag #777Tour on Twitter and Instagram while watching it.
Rihanna made history in November 2012, when she took a group of 256 international journalists (representing 82 countries) and die-hard fans, aboard a chartered Boeing 777 twinjet to 7 countries in 7 days for 7 shows, flying toward the release of her 7(th) album Unapologetic on November 19(th) . RIHANNA 777 TOUR is a chronicle of those shows that took place in Mexico City, Toronto, Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, London, and New York City.
RIHANNA 777 will include performances of Unapologetic’s hits, “Diamonds” and “Stay,” plus crowd favorites “Phresh Out the Runway,” “We Found Love, ” “S&M,” and much more. As always, the production, costumes and stage design which Rihanna’s fans have come to expect, all come through in a larger-than-life video and audio experience. The tour was documented by a film crew and offers fans stellar performances of Rihanna’s greatest hits in glamorous locales. The film provides an inside look at this ambitious and often turbulent tour, from the sound of popping champagne corks on the plane to all the backstage chaos, and behind-the-scenes action of life on the road with Rihanna. RIHANNA 777 TOUR is a Fenty Films production in conjunction with Love Live, Roc Nation and Gravite Creative.
RIHANNA 777 TOUR is her third official long-form video concert. It follows up Loud Tour Live At The O2 (released December 2012), a chronicle of her sold-out show at the legendary London venue, the climactic final stop of her 2011 world tour. Rihanna’s first long-form Blue-ray and DVD was Good Girl Gone Bad: Live (released June 2008), recorded at her triumphant UK concert at Manchester Arena in December 2007, during her “Good Girl Gone Bad” tour.