In 1997, Canadian singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan set up the travelling music festival Lilith Fair, to disprove concert promoters who thought all-female bills were commercial suicide. Derided by much of the popular music press and dismissed as 'Lesbopoolooza', it was nonetheless a success. This film documents the third and final year of the concert. This is almost entirely a musical affair, and with rousing performances by The Pretenders, Liz Phair, Beth Orton, Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks and of course McLachlan herself, a huge pleasure awaits fans.
|1 hour 40 minutes|