Motley Crue are bringing their farewell concert film "The End" to Pay-Per-View and Video On-Demand across North America starting July 16.
Directed by Christian Lamb, the project presents the Crue’s final live performance as captured at the Staples Center in their hometown of Los Angeles, CA this past New Year’s Eve.
Concert footage is rounded out with interviews and behind the scenes material shot by "Jackass" creator Jeff Tremaine.
"The End" saw its worldwide debut in US cinemas on June 14, followed by a Canadian screening on July 11.
Check with your local cable, fiber and satellite television provider for availability of "Motley Crue: The End" in your area starting July 16.
Motley Crue were formed in Los Angeles in January of 1981 by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee; the pair recruited guitarist Mick Mars and singer Vince Neil and released their debut, “Too Fast For Love”, in November 1981.
The band went on to sell more than 100 million albums worldwide, including 25 million in the States alone.
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