On Wednesday night (Sept. 28), VH-1 Classic will once again celebrate 'Rush Hashanah,' with 24 hours of programming dedicated to the immensely popular Canadian hard rock trio.

The crown jewel of the event is the broadcast premiere of an edited two hour version of the long awaited 'Time Machine: Live In Cleveland 2011' concert film, which features a full performance of the band's classic 'Moving Pictures' album, in addition to other hits from their long recording history.

The 'Classic Albums' documentaries spotlighting 'Moving Pictures' and '2112' will also be broadcast, along with the highly regarded 'Beyond The Lighted Stage' doc and the Rush concert flicks 'R30' and 'Rush In Rio.'

'Rush Hashanah' begins on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 7pm, running through Thursday night at 7pm and promising that “no portion of Rush's legacy will go unseen.”

'Time Machine' drops on DVD/Blu-Ray and CD on Nov. 8. Rush will resume work on their forthcoming new album 'Clockwork Angels' this fall.