The Grateful Dead at JFK Stadium in 1989 | via YouTube

The iconic 1989 Grateful Dead concert at Philadelphia’s JFK Stadium — the final show held at the stadium — is not likely to fade from the memories of those who were there anytime soon. But it’s a show worth reliving, and this summer fans can do just that — on the big screen. For this year’s 8th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies, GratefulWeb will present a film of the concert (all 2 hours and 53 minutes of it) at several local theaters. The concert was previously released on DVD in 2010.

On that hot July day in 1989 — just a few years after the stadium famously hosted Live Aid — it was unclear whether the Dead would actually be able to play. JFK Stadium had reached the end of its lifespan, and as many fans recall in the comments section of The Key’s 2016 article on the show, there were some minor issues involving crumbling concrete and rickety plywood. The stadium would soon be condemned and later demolished; the Wells Fargo Center was later built in its place.

The film will be screened at movie theaters throughout Philly, South Jersey and the PA suburbs on August 1. For a full list of locations, click here. Check a clip from the concert below and find more information on the screenings here.