Foo Fighters have announced their first virtual reality gig. The band will follow the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl game this Sunday (Feb. 13) with a 180-degree Meta performance. The show will include the band's hits and surprise tracks.

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The gig takes place at 8:00 p.m. PST or following the end of the game. It will be streamed on the Foo Fighters Facebook and Instagram pages, as well as on the Horizon Venues app. You can check out more information about the event here.

A statement reads, “When the game is over, the real show begins. Watch Foo Fighters take the VR stage and perform like never before in an up-close and personal concert. Consider this your free, front-row ticket to rock out with the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famers and other fans. And, if you miss the show, catch the replays and highlights afterwards in Oculus TV and Horizon Venues.”

In other Foo Fighters news, their horror-comedy Studio 666 will hit theaters February 25.