New York’s Town Hall hosted “Another Day, Another Time” last night. Part benefit, part movie premiere and part music industry summit, the evening celebrated the music from the forthcoming Coen Brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis and raised money for the National Recording Preservation Foundation.

Inside Llewyn Davis is set in New York’s Greenwich Village in the early 1960s so it makes sense that the film’s producers looked to the current class of indie-folkies for help with both the film’s soundtrack and last night’s benefit performance. Produced by The Coen Brothers, T Bone Burnett and Scott Rudin, “Another Day, Another Time” featured two sets of roots music, with artists offering both a mix of original material and songs from the film. Inside Llewyn Davis actors like John Goodman, Girls star Adam Driver and Carey Mulligan took part in the concert; some actors introduced the evening’s large musical cast while others reprised their musical roles in the film.

The Punch Brothers and the duo of David Rawlings and Gillian Welch served as the evening’s first two acts and returned throughout the night to back the concert’s various players. A slew of both classic and modern folk artists like Marcus Mumford (who helped oversee the film’s soundtrack), original ‘60s folkie Joan Baez, The Avett Brothers, Keb Mo’, The Decemberists’ Colin Meloy and former Old Crow Medicine Show member Willie Watson performed at various points throughout the evening. Punk-Poet Patti Smith and Nashville transplant Jack White also embraced the evening’s hootenanny feel. In one of the show’s most surprising moments, unannounced guest Elvis Costello, Burnett and Driver all took the stage for “Please Mr. Kennedy” a song Justin Timberlake sings in the film (Costello made several jokes about how he was Timberlake’s stand in.) Emerging roots acts like Milk Carton Kids, Secret Sisters and Lake Street Drive were also awarded showcase spots.

Inside Llewyn Davis is set for release on December 6. The soundtrack for the film is scheduled for release on November 12 and features music from Oscar Isaac (who plays Lewis in the film), Justin Timberlake and Carey Mulligan. In addition to the 12 recordings created especially for the film, the soundtrack will also include an unreleased version of Bob Dylan’s original “Farewell.”

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist

Act I:

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Punch Brothers)
Rye Whiskey (Punch Brothers)
Will the Circle Be Unbroken (Punch Brothers, Gillian Welsh, Dave Rawlings)
The Way It Goes (Gillian Welsh, Dave Rawlings)
The Midnight Special (Gillian Welsh, Dave Rawlings, Willie Watson)
I Hear Them All/This Land is Your Land (Gillian Welsh, Dave Rawlings, Willie Watson)
Last Thing on My Mind (Stark Sands, Punch Brothers)
New York (Milk Carton Kids)
Tomorrow Will Be Kinder (Secret Sisters, Punch Brothers)
Go Down Smooth (Lake Street Drive)
Please Mr. Kennedy (Elvis Costello, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver)
Four Strong Winds (Conor Oberst, Gillian Welsh, Dave Rawlings)
Tomorrow is a Long Time (Keb Mo)
Blues Run the Game (Colin Meloy)
Joe Hill (Colin Meloy, Gillian Welch, Joan Baez)
All My Mistakes (The Avett Brothers)
How I Got to Memphis (The Avett Brothers)
Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise (The Avett Brothers)
Waterboy (Rhiannon Giddens, Hubby Jenkins, Jack A., Jay, Jackson Smith, Paul)

Act II:

Mama’s Angel Child (Jack White)
Have You Heard John Hurt? (Jack White)
We’re Going to be Friends (Jack White)
S’iomadh Rid The Dhith Om (Rhiannon Giddens, Hubby Jenkins, Jack A., Jay, Jackson Smith, Chris, Paul, Gabe)
Ciamar A Ni Mi (Rhiannon Giddens, Hubby Jenkins, Jack A., Jay, Jackson Smith, Chris, Paul, Gabe)
Hang Me, Oh Hang Me (Punch Brothers, Oscar Isaac, Secret Sisters)
Green, Green Rocky Road (Oscar Isaac)
Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You (Patti Smith, Jackson Smith)
People Have the Power (Patti Smith, Jackson Smith, The Avett Brothers, Lake Street Drive, Jay, Jack A., Tony Shanahan)
Rock, Salt and Nails (Bob Neuwirth, Punch Brothers, Jay, Dave R., Jack A., Dave M.)
The Auld Triangle (Punch Brothers, Marcus Mumford)
Didn’t Leave Nobody But the Baby (Carey Mulligan, Gillian Welch, Rhiannon Giddens)
Five Hundred Miles (Elvis Costello, Stark Sands, Punch Brothers, Secret Sisters, Carey Mulligan)
Which Side Are You On? (Joan Baez, Dirk Powell, Chris Thile)
House of the Rising Sun (Joan Baez, Dirk Powell)
Give Me Cornbread When I’m Hungry (Joan Baez, Dirk Powell, Marcus Mumford)
I Was Young When I Left Home (Marcus Mumford)
Fare Thee Well (Marcus Mumford, Oscar Isaac, Punch Brothers, Jay, Jack)
Farewell (Marcus Mumford, Punch Brothers, Jay, Jack)

New York (Milk Carton Kids)
Tomorrow Will Be Kinder (Secret Sisters, Punch Brothers)
Go Down Smooth (Lake Street Drive)