Legendary prog rock trio Rush‘s 2014 worldwide farewell tour, R40, will soon be immortalized in the form of a new feature-length documentary entitled Time Stand Still. The film, narrated by outspoken Rush enthusiast actor Paul Rudd, follows the band as they wrap up their last tour.

The film will be shown in theaters for one night only–November 3rd–across the U.S., and for a full week in Canada, before being released for home viewing on November 18th by Fathom Events. The version shown in theaters will also include a 20-minute mini-documentary called Rush: A Salute To Kings, featuring in-depth discussions about Rush and their importance and influence with famous rock n’ rollers like Gene Simmons (KISS), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), and more.

Tickets to the theater showing are available here. You can watch the official trailer for Time Stand Still below: