Starting this weekend, you'll be able to bring Motley Crue's excellent farewell concert film The End into your home.

The movie, which played in theaters across the country last month, will be available for Pay-Per-View and Video On-Demand viewing for a month, starting on July 16, through all major cable, fiber and satellite television providers in the U.S. and Canada.

As the name suggests, The End features the band's last-ever concert, which took place on New Year's Eve 2015 in the Crue's hometown of Los Angeles. You can watch a clip of the show-opening "Girls, Girls, Girls" above.

In addition to energetic performances of all their big hits, the movie features behind-the-scenes interviews with all four band members – Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Vince Neil – as they look back on their 35-year career and explain why they felt this was the right time to call it a day.

The individual members of Motley Crue have stayed busy since saying farewell to each other and their fans: Sixx released a new album, Prayers for the Damned, by his group Sixx:A.M. back in March, Neil tours regularly with his solo band, Lee is performing electronic dance music DJ sets and Mars is currently at work on his debut solo album.

For more information on how to purchase The End on your computer or television, visit Motley Crue's official website.

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