By Ariana Bacle
July 30, 2015 at 03:23 PM EDT
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U2’s heading to HBO: The band announced Thursday that the network will premiere both a behind-the-scenes documentary and a film documenting their Nov. 14 performance in Paris.

The documentary will include interviews with all the members of U2—Bono included—and a look at how their Innocence + Experience tour came together. 

“U2 continues to take risks, which has made them one of the most consistently exciting forces in rock ‘n’ roll,” president of HBO Programming Michael Lombardo said in a statement. “The one-two combination of this documentary special, followed by the concert, will provide viewers with the ultimate look at this remarkable band behind the scenes and on the stage.”

The documentary will premiere on HBO Nov. 7 and the performance will air Nov. 14, the day before the tour officially concludes in Paris.

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