Rush's Time Machine tour in 2010 and 2011 was one of the most anticipated tours ever. Celebrating 30 years since the 1981 release of their classic best-selling album Moving Pictures, the band performed the entire album live for the first time as the center piece of each concert. The shows also feature favorite tracks spanning Rush's lengthy career and two new songs that will appear on their next studio album. As always, the concerts were a visual feast and sounded great with the band playing in top form. Reviews for the tour have been amazing from both fans and critics alike, and this DVD release is guaranteed to appeal to Rush fans everywhere. This Cleveland performance of the Time Machine show was filmed as a tribute to the first U.S. city that played the band's music. Bonus features include an alternate ending for The Real History of Rush: Episode 2, outtakes from History of Rush: Episodes 2 & 17, outtakes from I Still Love You Man, footage from a performance at Laura Secord Secondary School, and footage from a performance in Passaic, NJ.