Nirvana's iconic December 1993 performance at Pier 48 in Seattle, Wash. is coming to streaming platforms and vinyl later this summer. Titled Live and Loud, this is the first time the set will be available to stream.

The image above is widely recognized as the concert was originally aired on MTV's 1993 New Year's Eve broadcast. It was released as a DVD and CD in 2013 with the deluxe 20-year anniversary edition of the band's final album In Utero. 

The performance took place just a few month's shy of frontman Kurt Cobain's death.

Live and Loud will feature 17 songs including "All Apologies," "Come as You Are," "Lithium" and David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World." The vinyl edition splits the songs across two LPs and comes with a "backstage pass" duplicate, which allows listeners to download the audio files as well.

The album will be available to purchase both in stores and stream online Aug. 30. Watch Nirvana's performance of "Breed" from the show below.

Nirvana, "Breed" (Live at Pier 48)

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