The surviving members of the 1990s grunge giants Nirvana will deliver a rare reunion performance this weekend as part of a benefit concert in Los Angeles.

The one-night benefit concert, dubbed Heaven Is Rock And Roll, will take place at The Palladium on Saturday, January 4th, and will feature drummer Dave Grohl and bassist Krist Novoselic, along with touring guitarist Pat Smear (Foo Fighters). The event will also feature performances from rockers Cheap TrickMarilyn Manson, and L7.

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Saturday’s benefit will mark the first public Nirvana reunion since December 2017 when the three surviving members joined together at a  Foo Fighters concert for a rendition of the band’s first single, 1995’s “Big Me”. The trio will also be joined this time around by other all-star contributors BeckSt. Vincent, and Grohl’s talented daughter Viola.

The event will also feature museum-like exhibits displaying collections of rock concert posters and photography, and will also host a who’s who of celebrity philanthropists including Elijah WoodJames FrancoJohn Legend, Stevie Wonder, and more.

Proceeds raised from the event will go to benefit The Art of Elysium, a Los Angeles-charity that seeks to heal those in difficult situations by pairing them with volunteer artists.

Tickets are available through The Art of Elysium’s website.