By Dana Getz
Updated February 26, 2016 at 12:00 PM EST
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Already off to an exciting 2016, Elton John will give a special performance Saturday to thank West Hollywood for its long-standing support of his AIDS foundation, which has raised over $349 million in the fight against AIDS since its foundation in 1992. will stream the show live, starting at 12 p.m. PT, Feb. 27.

The pop icon put out Wonderful Crazy Night — his 32nd studio album, and first since 2013 — on Feb. 5., and is currently collaborating with Lady Gaga and The Killers on their respective new records.

Friday, the 68-year-old singer made headlines when he accused Janet Jackson for lip-syncing her songs on stage. Don’t expect any such shortcuts from John at Saturday’s performance, who proved his vocal chops in James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke earlier this month.