The Carlos Documentary will have a Special Premiere in Select Cinemas Worldwide

This summer, the feature-length documentary about Carlos Santana premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. It will now have a global premiere in select cinemas in late September titled Carlos: The Santana Journey Global Premiere. On Saturday, September 23, Sunday, September 24, and Wednesday, September 27 only, the screenings include the CARLOS documentary plus exclusive introductory content featuring Santana and two-time Emmy-winning director Rudy Valdez (The Sentence, We Are: The Brooklyn Saints). Tickets for these three days will be on sale beginning August 24 via the website

A music industry legend for 50 years and a 10-time Grammy-winning global sensation, Santana continues to be one of the music world’s premiere artists, blending jazz, blues, and the Mariachi sound with a rock n’ roll spirituality and a sense of connection to music’s primal connection to our deepest emotions.

The documentary titled CARLOS combines new interviews with Santana and his family; extraordinary, never-before-seen archival footage, including home videos recorded by Santana himself; concert footage; behind-the-scenes moments; interviews with music industry luminaries and collaborators, such as Clive Davis, Rob Thomas, and more.

Following the CARLOS: The Santana Journey Global Premiere screenings, CARLOS’ general theatrical release begins September 29.

About Carlos Santana

For more than five decades – from Santana’s earliest days as a groundbreaking Afro-Latin-blues-rock fusion outfit in San Francisco – Carlos Santana has been the visionary force behind artistry that transcends musical genres and generational, cultural, and geographical boundaries. Among many other distinctions, Carlos Santana has been cited by Rolling Stone as #15 on their list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” and has joined the Rolling Stones as one of only two bands to have an album reach the Top 10 in every decade since the 1960s. For more info on Carlos Santana, visit

Source: Trafalgar Releasing and Sony Pictures Classics

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