On May 30, HBO subscribers will be able to tune into the network's broadcast of this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and the network is now offering a sneak peek of what fans can expect.

In the trailer for the event, which you can watch above, there are glimpses of a number of the performances and inductions that took place, including footage of Paul McCartney inducting Ringo Starr, Starr performing with Green Day and Joan Jett performing with Miley Cyrus and more, as well as interviews with Steven Van Zandt, Tom Morello, John Legend and Starr.

This year's ceremony, held April 18 in Cleveland, added a new class of Hall of Famers that included Starr, Jett, Lou Reed, Green Day, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Bill Withers, among others. HBO's broadcast is scheduled to include complete coverage with speeches and performances as well as backstage interviews with some big names as well as the night's honorees.

"You can't get in until 25 years after you've had your hit," laughs Starr during one moment presented in the trailer. "Well, I'm way past that."

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