The event announced Tuesday dubbed Desert Trip, will bring together the special lineup from Oct. 7-9 at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, Calif., the annual site of the Coachella music festival.
Taking place during sundown, each day of the historic concert with feature two acts performing full-sets one after another starting with The Rolling Stones and Dylan going on the first day, McCartney and Young on the second, and Waters and The Who closing out on the event on the third day.
Desert Trip was put together by Paul Tollett, the CEO of concert promoter Goldenvoice who wanted to top what he has achieved with staging Coachella each year. “The theme was rock & roll bands that have been playing consistently since the early days,” he said to Rolling Stone. “It’s the greatest remains of our era. I’m glad we made it.”
Tickets go on sale Monday starting at $199 for single-day general admission tickets with three day passes to sell for $399 and $1,599 for reserved seating on all three days.