Punk icon Iggy Pop performed at the Basel Session Festival in Switzerland last year, where he also received a lifetime achievement award. The set was captured for posterity, and Iggy Pop: Live in Basel 2015 will be screened across the United States on June 16 and 18. Earlier screenings will be held in Detroit (June 5) and Ann Arbor, Mich. (June 12). Check out the complete list of cities and venues screening the film below and a trailer above.

Giovanni Cozzi, CEO of event cinema distributors Rising Alternative says, “We are excited to present the Iggy Pop: Live in Basel 2015 event. Pop is such a beloved career artist, we are thrilled to bring this performance to a wider audience. 2016 is a year to celebrate Iggy Pop with his recent release, doc and tour. We hope this concert film event adds to his amazing 50 year legacy in rock music."

Cozzi continues, "He is loved as a rebel innovator worldwide and so many would still want to have the energy he has and the nerve to take his shirt off in front of all at 69, use whatever language he wants, and just have fun with fans. ”

The 18-song set includes classics such as "Lust For Life," "I Wanna Be Your Dog," "Nightclubbing" and "The Passenger." Pop's band for the show includes guitarist Kevin Armstrong (David Bowie, Morrissey), bassist Ben Ellis (The Catherine Wheel), drummer Matt Hector (Thomas Dolby) and keyboardist Seamus Beaghen (Madness, Paul Weller).

Pop's latest album Post Pop Depression was released in March. He's also starring in the movie Blood Orange, which is released today (May 17).

Iggy Pop: Live in Basel 2015 Screenings (June 16 and June 18)

Albany, N.Y. -- Spectrum
Atlanta, Ga. -- Midtown
Atlanta, Ga. -- Plaza Theatre Atlanta
Berkeley, Calif. -- Shattuck
Bethlehem, Pa. -- Artsquest
Beverly Hills, Calif. -- Ahrya Fine Arts Theatre
Boston, Mass. -- Kendall Square
Boulder, Colo. -- Boedecker Theatre
Bridgeport, Ct. -- Showcase Cinemas Bridgeport
Chicago, Ill. -- Music Box Theatre
Cincinnati, Ohio -- Esquire Theatre
Claremont, Calif. -- Claremont 5
Columbia, S.C. -- Nickelodeon Theatre
Dallas, Texas -- The Magnolia
Denver, Colo. -- SIE FilmCenter
Detroit, Mich. -- Main Art
Durango, Colo. -- Animas City Theatre
Hollywood, Calif. -- Arclight Hollywood
Holstvile, N.Y. -- Island 16: Cinema de Lux
Houston, Texas -- River Oaks
Huntington, N.Y. -- Cinema Arts Center
Ithaca, N.Y. -- Cinemapolis
Jacksonville, Fla. -- Sun-Ray Cinema
Kansas City, Mo. -- Tivoli Cinemas
Long Beach, Calif. -- Art Theatre of Long Beach
Lowell, Mass. -- Cinema de Lux
Miami, Fla. -- O Cinema Wynwood
Minneapolis, Minn. -- Lagoon
New York, N.Y. -- Sunshine
North Hollywood, Calif. -- NoHo 7
Olympia, Wash. -- Capitol Theater
Orlando, Fla. -- Enzian Theater
Pasadena, Calif. -- Playhouse 7
Pelham, N.Y. -- Pelham Picture House
Philadelphia, Pa. -- Ritz 5
Phoenix, Ariz. -- Filmbar
Portland, Ore. -- Clinton Street Theater
Portland, Ore. -- McMenamins Mission Theater
Providence, R.I. -- Cable Car Cinema
Providence, R.I. -- Providence Place 16 Cinemas
Revere, Mass. -- Showcase Cinema de Lux Revere
Rockland, Maine -- Strand Theatre
San Diego, Calif. -- Hillcrest
San Francisco, Calif. -- Embarcadero
Santa Clara, Calif. -- Frida Cinema
Santa Cruz, Calif. -- Del Mar
Santa Fe, N.M. -- The Screen
Santa Monica, Calif. -- Arclight Santa Monica
Santa Monica, Calif. -- Monica Film Center
Schenectady, N.Y. -- Proctors GE Theatre
Seattle, Wash. -- 7 Gables
Silver Spring, Md. -- AFI Silver
Springdale, Ohio -- Springdale 18: Cinema de Lux
Tucson, Ariz. -- Loft
Washington, D.C. -- Atlantic Plumbing
Winchester, Va. -- Alamo Winchester
Detroit, Mich. -- (screens 6/5) Detroit Institute of the Arts
Ann Arbor, Mich. -- (screens 6/12) Michigan Theater

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