Neil Young announces… An Evening With Neil Young

It takes place on Monday, February 29

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Neil Young has announced plans for a one-off screening of two of his films and a Q&A session to be broadcast live to cinemas across America.

Called An Evening With Neil Young, Pitchfork reports that the event will takes place on Monday, February 29 and features consecutive screenings of the 1982 film Human Highway and Rust Never Sleeps, the concert film about Young’s 1978 tour.

Following the film screenings, Young will participate in a Q&A session with filmmaker Cameron Crowe.

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The event is expected to last three and a half hours in total.

You can find more details about tickets and the cinemas screening the event by clicking here.

At this point, it has not been confirmed whether the event will be broadcast outside the United States.

In August 2014, Young released a new Director’s Cut of Human Highway, which played at the Toronto Film Festival.

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