Ahead of its Netflix premiere, Travis Scott's Look Mom I Can Fly will be given the theatrical treatment at select theaters across the nation Tuesday.

As announced overnight, La Flame is giving cinematically attuned fans the chance to see his new White Trash Tyler-directed documentary at special advance screenings in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Twin Cities, and more.

The 85-minute documentary, produced by David Stromberg, Angus Wall, and Travis' daughter Stormi Webster, boasts never-before-seen ASTROWORLD recording sessions footage and a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the Cactus Jack imprint. Additionally, fans can expect the definitive look at how Travis Scott has grown from an artist knocking on the proverbial door of mainstream success to one of the biggest stars in the industry.

For a full list of Tuesday's screening locations, as well as ticket info, click here.

Scott recently closed out July, and most likely the ASTROWORLD music video cycle, with the Jonah Hill-directed video for "Wake Up." Revisit that below, then—if a screening isn't in your immediate future—catch Look Mom I Can Fly on Netflix Aug. 28.