Motley Crue to release film of final show at Los Angeles Staples Center

The show will the band’s last ever as Motley Crue

Iconic, veteran rockers Motley Crue will play their final two shows of their 34 year long career December 30th and 31st at Staples Center in their hometown of Los Angeles. To celebrate their mark in rock music’s history and in honor of their devoted fans, the band announces a full length concert film of the final performance, which will also include exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the last week of the tour, to be released sometime in 2016.

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. 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!

Christian Lamb has been tapped to direct the concert portion of the film, while Jeff Tremaine, creator of the Jackass series, is confirmed to direct the documentary segment. Produced and distributed by Live Alliance, the film will premier in theaters worldwide, as well as via Pay Per View in all cable/satellite/digital formats.

No word if the film will also be available on physical formats such as Blu-ray and DVD. More details as they become available.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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