Mötley Crüe finishes The Final Tour, their last run of shows, Thursday night at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, and to mark the occasion, the band announced they will release a full-length concert film of the final performance.

According to a statement from the group, the film will include footage of the show, extensive interviews, and behind-the-scenes clips taken from the final weeks of the tour.

“After 34 years performing together, The Final Tour has seen the band perform all across the globe, visiting an impressive five continents since July 2014 (North America, South America, Europe, Australia and Asia) for a total of more than 164 shows,” the statement reads. “Fans alike will be able to enjoy and/or relive the spectacular and cutting edge production elements of the Final Tour, such as Tommy Lee’s ‘Cruecifly’ drum roller coaster, Nikki Sixx’s fire spitting bass performance, along with all the fan-favorite hits!”

Sixx recently spoke about the tour in an interview with EW, saying, “I’m proud we’re going out together and not in pieces like so many before us. I’m excited about the future and proud of our past. I’m excited for Tommy, Vince [Neil], and Mick [Mars], and wherever they may roam musically.”

Christian Lamb is directing the concert portion, while Jackass creator Jeff Tremaine helms the documentary portion. The film will debut in 2016 via Live Alliance in theaters and pay-per-view.

This article originally appeared on ew.com

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