By Eric Renner Brown
March 02, 2017 at 03:39 PM EST
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The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac are developing a bi-coastal music festival set to debut this summer. According to Billboard, the events will be named Classic East and Classic West and take place at New York’s Citi Field and Los Angeles’ Dodgers Stadium, respectively.

Per the report, each iteration will span two days and include multiple other artists. Azoff MSG Entertainment, Live Nation, the Oak View Group, and CAA are reportedly involved in the development of the events. Multiple sources confirmed to EW that the festival is happening and that additional details will be available soon.

With Classic East and Classic West, the two ’70s rock staples could be seeking to capture the same type of energy as last fall’s Desert Trip festival, which brought Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, the Who, and Roger Waters to the same Indio, Calif., venue where Coachella is held for a three-day event.