Rock band Metallica are to play a one-off concert at the new Wembley Stadium in London in the summer.
Metallica have sold 95 million albums during their 26-year career
The band will take time out from recording their latest album, due for release next year, for the 8 July gig.
"This gives us a chance to stretch out a bit and jam in front of real fans," Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich said.
Singer James Hetfield added: "We always dreamed of some day headlining the marquee venues around the world, including Wembley."
The four-piece have sold more than 95 million albums worldwide during their 26-year career and have collected seven Grammy Awards.
Tickets for the concert go on sale on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the Foo Fighters and Kaiser Chiefs are to play at Edinburgh's T on the Fringe in the summer, organisers have confirmed.
The Kaiser Chiefs, who recently scored their first chart-topping single with Ruby, will appear at the Meadowbank Stadium in the Scottish capital on 24 August.
US rockers the Foo Fighters will play the 25,000-capacity venue on 21 August.
Tickets for the two concerts are also due to go on sale on Wednesday.