If you weren’t in attendance at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Monday night, then you missed out on one of the biggest musical collaborations in a long time, with Patti Smith being joined onstage by music legends Bruce Springsteen and R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe.

As Pitchfork notes, Patti Smith took to the stage at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival last night to perform a short concert in support of the concert documentary Horses: Patti Smith And Her Band.

Following the premiere of the documentary, which captured Smith’s 2015 performance at Los Angeles’ Wiltern Theatre as part of the 40th anniversary tour of her landmark album Horses, Patti Smith took to the stage to perform a number of tracks, including ‘Dancing Barefoot’, ‘Pissing In A River’, and a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s ‘For What It’s Worth.’

Following these tracks, Smith jumped into a performance of ‘Because The Night,’ for which she was joined by musical icon and co-writer of the track, Bruce Springsteen. Not content to let it stop there, Smith’s final song, ‘People Have The Power,’ saw the punk icon joined by close friend and previous collaborator, Michael Stipe of R.E.M..

This performance also came only two days after Patti Smith performed ‘Because The Night’ alongside The Heartbreakers, who played their first show since the passing of frontman Tom Petty back in October.

Check out Patti Smith performing alongside Bruce Springsteen & Michael Stipe:

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