The Mötley Crüe concert film commemorating what was billed as the band's last-ever show is heading to theaters for a special engagement next month.

As previously reported, the movie — fittingly titled Motley Crue: The End — blends footage from the complete show with "exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the last week of the tour." Director Christian Lamb, whose credits include live filming for Def Leppard, handled the performance portion of the movie, while Jeff Tremaine, who's directing the upcoming adaptation of the band's The Dirt memoir, was responsible for the interview segments.

According to Fathom Events, The End's special theatrical engagement will take place June 14. Promising "an incredible one-night event," the ticketing site's synopsis describes the film as the culmination of not just the band's final tour, but their multi-platinum career.

"In January 2014, Mötley Crüe held a press conference announcing their final tour ever, complete with a 'cessation of touring' agreement prohibiting all future live engagements. The Final Tour ended up being comprised of 164 concerts over two years, all ending with a hometown gig at Los Angeles' Staples Center," reads the movie description. "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-scenes moments that will now just be coming to light."

Visit Fathom Events for Motley Crue: The End times and locations for showings near you.

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