'Jason Mraz - Have It All The Movie' set to screen in cinemas for one night only
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Jason Mraz has teamed up with Fathom Events for the documentary-style feature "Jason Mraz - Have It All The Movie," which will be in select cinemas only on Aug. 7.  Most screenings will take place at 7 p.m. local time. Tickets go on sale June 29. The movie (directed by Darren Doane) will include behind-the-scenes content, performances and previously unseen footage. Doane has directed several of Mraz's music videos, including "Lucky," "I'm Yours," "Make It Mine" and "Have It All."

Fathom Events describes the movie as a "family film about joy, success, and artistic collaboration" where Mraz "takes us on a creative journey that features music from his sixth studio album Know, along with the crazy cast of characters who make up the Mraz Posse." 

Online and mobile ticket purchasers will be eligible to download a digital copy of Mraz’s new album Know on Aug. 10, the day that the album is released.

Mraz commented in a statement: "“I’m excited to share my creative evolution with fans far and wide through this special in-theater event in partnership with Fathom Events. It's a family film with the uplifting message of inclusion and collaboration through a special behind-the-scenes look into the auspicious creation of Have It All.”          

Mraz has won two Grammys for two songs from his 2008 album We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Make It Mine" and Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals for "Lucky," a duet with Colbie Caillat. In 2017, he made his Broadway debut in "Waitress." 

As previously reported, Mraz is continuing his 2018 North American tour with numerous concerts this summer, beginning July 27 in Cleveland.