Fans of both iconic musician Nick Cave and great films take notice: Drafthouse Films have announced a very, very special screening of '20,000 Days on Earth,' the inventive new documentary that provides a rare insight into the mind and creative process of the celebrated musician. For one night only, Cave will give a solo piano performance in New York City following a special screening of the film. Can't make it to NYC? Don't worry, you can watch a live stream of the event.

Drafthouse Films has partnered with Film Forum to present a special screening of '20,000 Days on Earth,' the beautiful new documentary that combines fiction with reality to examine 24 hours in the life of musician Nick Cave. Following the screening, Cave will give a rare solo piano performance at the Town Hall in Manhattan's midtown on Saturday, September 20.

Drafthouse will also partner with Noisey to live stream the performance and a Q&A with Cave and directors Jane Pollard and Iain Forsyth. Fans can submit their questions to Twitter via @drafthousefilms or using the #20000Days hashtag.

Tickets to the event will be made available first to those on Nick Cave's mailing list and website this Friday, September 5 at 12 p.m. EST. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, September 6 at 12 p.m. EST. You can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster or in person at Town Hall.

The directors of '20,000 Days on Earth' will be on hand for more Q&As throughout opening weekend at Film Forum. For more information, visit the official website.