The band will perform live from Treasure Island, located in the San Francisco Bay.
The band say: "We are all so very honored and humbled to have been nominated for a Grammy Award, and so appreciative for the love and support we get from our fans."
The winners will be revealed on 10 February in a two-part ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The ever-popular 'Galvanize' won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in February 2006.
Chris Stapleton, Leon Bridges and Norah Jones have already been confirmed for the event, which in 2019 honors country legend Dolly Parton.
Shawn Mendes, Pink and Mark Ronson also on board for Grammy weekend salute to country legend.
The star's recordings were previously signed to indie Big Machine Records and distributed via Universal on a worldwide basis
Jones and Tweedy previously collaborated on 'A Song With No Name', released by Blue Note in September.
'Creed II', the latest installment in the legendary Rocky saga - starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone.
'Origins' was conceived as a sister record to the band's 2017 album 'Evolve' and continues with its predecessor’s sonic explorations.
The much-anticipated 'Origins' is due for release on 9 November through KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records.
Originally released in 2011, the critically-hailed 'Undun' was nominated for a Grammy Award.
The seven-date arena tour kicks off at the SSE Arena in Belfast on 25 February.
The new video has been directed by Ariana Grande and Kendrick Lamar film-maker Dave Meyers.
The six-CD set celebrates a unique half-century of music-making by one of the most outstanding singer-songwriters.