The Rolling Stones have debuted the trailer for their upcoming tour doc Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America.
The 105-minute feature chronicles the band’s 10-city trek across Latin America, spotlighting their historic trip to Havana, Cuba. The concert, which took place in March, marked one of the first performances by a major American act since the U.S. reinstated diplomatic relations with the country in December 2014. The band’s two-month run, dubbed the América Latina Olé Tour, also featured visits to Santiago, Buenos Aires, Rio De Janeiro, and São Paulo, among other cities.
The film’s accompanying trailer shuffles through stunning, cinematographic landscapes, electrifying live footage, and immersive shots of the surrounding cultures.
It follows a sneak peek video the iconic rockers released only days after their Cuba show. The full-length doc will also include interviews with the team behind the logistically tricky concert, personal stories from the band, and deep dives into the local experience. Paul Dugdale, who’s helmed concert films for Lenny Kravitz, Ed Sheeran, and Coldplay, directs. Sam Bridger produces.
Olé Olé Olé! will premiere worldwide at the Toronto International Film Festival Sept. 16. Watch the trailer above.