Jerry Garcia's Grateful Dead bandmates will honour the 15th anniversary of the rocker's death by performing the STAR SPANGLED BANNER at the San Francisco Giants' 9 August (10) baseball game.
The sports team, who will dedicate the game against the Chicago Cubs to Garcia, will welcome Bob Weir and Mickey Hart to their stadium for Jerry Garcia Tribute Night.
Garcia and his band were a massive part of the San Francisco hippie scene in the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
Drummer Hart hopes to use the occasion to have a little fun - he will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the largest kazoo ensemble, wrangling 7,000 participants for baseball anthem Take Me Out to the Ball Game.
Some lucky fans will receive a Jerry Garcia bobblehead.
The rocker's daughter Annabelle will throw out the first pitch.