You can't always get what you want — unless it's rockin' at the concert of the century.
A mega-lineup announced Tuesday will feature a slate of living legends taking the stage over three nights in October, and it's an impressive crew: Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters and The Who.
Organizers said The Rolling Stones and Dylan will play Oct. 7; McCartney and Young will play Oct. 8; and Waters and The Who will play Oct. 9.
Tickets will go on sale Monday at 1 p.m. ET, and range from $199 plus fees for a single-day general admission to more than $1,599 plus fees for a three-day VIP experience.
There have been rumors of such a stratospheric showcase, which will be the first time the acts — with more than 35 Grammy Awards and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards between them — will be part of the same concert.
Daltrey told Canada's Postmedia Network that it's a "fantastic idea for a festival. It’s the greatest remains of our era. I’m glad we made it!"