The Rolling Stones have teamed up with CineLife Entertainment to screen their Havana Moon concert film—which chronicles the band’s groundbreaking 2016 performance in the Cuban city—at select drive-in movie theaters this summer, Rolling Stone reports.

The film which was directed by Paul Dugdale and first premiered on Starz will begin screening at select locations in the U.S. and Canada beginning July 10th. Since emerging in Europe earlier this year, the drive-in format has practically been the only way for fans to take in live music and communal entertainment while the live event industry remains on hiatus.

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The performance at the Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana sports complex in Havana was the first major rock concert to take place on the island nation after decades of oppressive laws prohibited such events. The buildup to the historic concert, which welcomed an estimated 1.2 million fans, was also chronicled in the band’s The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America documentary.

“I’m so thrilled that Havana Moon has found its way back onto the big screen, particularly during such a strange time for live music,” Dugdale told Rolling Stone of the film’s forthcoming return to drive-in theaters. “The Rolling Stones concert was the first of its kind in Havana, and I hope the unprecedented absence of live music during the COVID-19 crisis means this film brings almost as much elation and joy to those watching it now through CineLife as it did the people of Havana back on that special night. Turn it up loud!”

Watch the band perform “Out Of Control” as seen in the concert film below.

The Rolling Stones – “Out Of Control” – Havana Moon

[Video: The Rolling Stones]

The band made headlines earlier this year when they postponed their entire 2020 spring and summer tour of North America, which was scheduled to run from early May through early July.

Click here for more info on which participating drive-in theaters will screen the film.

[H/T Rolling Stone]