Mick Jagger will strut at the home of the Kentucky Derby when the Rolling Stones perform at the famed Churchill Downs racetrack Sept. 29.
"It's an opportunity we have to bring a legendary rock group to a legendary venue," Churchill Downs President Steve Sexton said at a news conference Monday in Louisville.
Seating will be in the grandstand, clubhouse and on the track. A special covering will be placed over the dirt and turf to protect the racing surfaces, Churchill Downs officials said.
The stage will be placed on the infield, facing the grandstand, giving the band an ideal view of the twin spires, sandwiched between luxury boxes.
Some 50,000 tickets will be available.