Shock rock legends Kiss will entertain crowds at next year's Australian Grand Prix, organisers of the event have announced.
The American band will be holding the one-off concert immediately after the race in Melbourne on March 16 next year.
Guitarist and vocalist Paul Stanley said: "Let me see - high octane, roaring horsepower testing the threshold of sound and speed. And then the Formula One Grand Prix. No way we'd miss this! We'll be firing on all cylinders and the audience will need their seat belts."
Australian Grand Prix organisers are making a big push to ensure next year's race is the most successful in the event's history - with the V8 Supercars back on the schedule again too.
Race chief executive Drew Ward said: "There have never been more reasons to go to the Grand Prix.
"With Formula One more competitive than ever, the V8 Supercars back in a new format, the KISS concert and other new attractions planned, it's simply unmissable.
"All this with no increase in general admission and grandstand prices from 2007. That's great value."
Every ticket holder for the Grand Prix will be able to watch the Kiss concert, although fans will also be able to purchase a 'Kiss Pole Position' ticket that will allow them access to a special general admission area in front of the stage.