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Tickets for Hockeyland premiere in the Northland on sale now

Jan 06, 2022 06:17AM ● By Editor

Get your tickets now for Hockeyland, with premieres in the Northland in February. |  Photo: Courtesy of Northland Films.


From WDIO-TV - January 6, 2021


Tickets are now on sale for Hockeyland’s four-day Minnesota Premiere tour.

“This film has been a decade in the making, and in my bones since growing up in Mountain Iron in the ‘80s.” said director Tommy Haines. “We can’t wait to bring it home to the northland, starting right here in Duluth and on the Iron Range.”

The film will have its Duluth premiere on Wednesday, February 2 at Zeitgeist Arts’ Zinema 2, and its Iron Range premiere at the Historic Hibbing High School Auditorium on Friday, February 4. The Minneapolis premiere on February 5 will be a part of the Great Northern Festival.

Premiere Dates and Ticket Information: 

February 2, 7:00pm at Zeitgeist Arts’ Zinema 2, Duluth. 
Tickets: $10 general admission (sold by Zeitgeist Arts)
Q&A Reception with cast and crew to follow

February 3, 7:00pm at Zeitgeist Arts’ Zinema 2, Duluth. 
Tickets: $10 general admission (sold by Zeitgeist Arts)

February 4, 7:00pm at the historic Hibbing High School Auditorium, Hibbing 
Tickets: $10 general admission / $5 students, seniors, & veterans (sold by Zeitgeist Arts)
Q&A Reception with cast and crew to follow.

February 5, 6:30pm at The Parkway Theatre, Minneapolis, The Great Northern Festival

Tickets: $10 general admission / $5 students and MSP Film Society members
Q&A Reception with cast and crew to follow

Hockeyland tells the story of the memorable 2019-20 hockey season, one of the last seasons for the Eveleth-Gilbert Golden Bears and a state tournament run for the Hermantown Hawks. The film had its sold-out world premiere at DOCNYC, America’s largest documentary film festival where it received critical acclaim including:

“A must see...as fresh as a newly Zambonied sheet of ice.” (Indiewire) 

“A++++++” (Vintage MN Hockey) 

“Best to watch this film in front of a fire.” (The Guardian). 

Hockeyland will continue its festival run following these special Minnesota screenings and will be released in theaters and for home viewing later in 2022. 


To see the orignal post and read related stories, follow this link to the WDIO-TV website. https://www.wdio.com/news/hockeyland-tickets-documentary-northland-premiere-movie-film/6348788/