The final curtain on Motley Crue's touring career dropped on New Year's Eve 2015, but fans will be able to revisit the momentous occasion next month as Fandango has begun advertising that the Motley Crue: The End concert movie will screen in theaters June 14.

The 140-minute film (watch a teaser above) includes footage from the Crue's farewell show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles along with “exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the last week of the tour.”

The synopsis of the film says, "This New Year’s Eve Celebration was filled with hits like 'Kickstart My Heart,' 'Girls Girls Girls,' 'Home Sweet Home' and many more. Now, for only one night, this last ever performance event gives fans front row access. Catch the moments that were buzzed about, such as Tommy’s infamous 'Crüecifly' drum roller coaster, and behind the scene moments that will now just be coming to light."

Motley Crue: The End was directed by Christian Lamb and Jackass creator Jeff Tremaine — who is also directing the upcoming film adaption of the band’s legendary tell-all book, The Dirt.

In a recent interview, bassist Nikki Sixx discussed the release, saying, “We have a live DVD of our last performance ever that we’ve just finished mixing. It looks fantastic. It was a great show. We have a legacy that needs to be curated. We have vintage merchandise… We plan on obviously staying engaged with our fans. It’s not like we’re simply going to disappear."

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