Guns N’ Roses are set to perform an “invitation only” show at Harlem’s legendary Apollo Theater. The concert, slated for July 20, was announced by SiriusXM and will be available only to SiriusXM subscribers. As reported by Variety, the event happens to fall one day short of the 30th anniversary of GNR’s landmark debut album, Appetite for Destruction.

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“Guns N’ Roses started off in Los Angeles in 1985 and went on to conquer the world with its swaggering, unrepentant, rebel rock and roll, and we are thrilled to have them perform this exclusive show for SiriusXM at the world famous Apollo Theater,” said SiriusXM president Scott Greenstein. “Our subscribers will get a once in a lifetime experience, seeing the ultimate rock and roll band live before the next leg of their national tour kicks off.”

The concert will mark the first time Guns N’ Roses has performed at the iconic venue. The Apollo opened in 1934 and through the years became world-renowned for its presentations of legendary jazz and R&B artists.