Part of London's annual British Summer Time concerts programme, the pop giant's show will be on Saturday, 11 July.
Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer and more are all booked for the inaugural bash.
Titled 'Sway: Infinite Color And Sound', the exhibition was inspired by Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable revues of the late 1960s.
Publisher Mark Booth describes the book as “a great rock novel” that “captures the craziness of the music business”.
This year’s event will take place on 13 April, with exclusive releases and rarities set to be announced soon.
The legendary band hit London on the back of their high-profile US tour which kicks off on 7 May.
Organized by Cornell’s wife, Vicky, 'I Am the Highway' featured 42 distinct performances and a multitude of surprises guests.
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."
Pete Shelley, the lead singer and co-founder of punk pioneers Buzzcocks has died in Estonia reportedly from a heart attack at the age of 63.
The 64-track limited-edition deluxe box edition of 'Chris Cornell' includes 11 previously unreleased tracks.
Next year's Mad Cool will take place from 11 to 13 July in the Spanish capital, Madrid.
Some outstanding guitar performances and a host of guests helped the 2006 release to its award for Best Pop Instrumental Album.
Other big names including Stone Temple Pilots and Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda will participate in radio-based mental health initiative.
The grunge pioneers played their home city for the first time in five years earlier this week.
The wine is called ‘Home X Away’, with profits from sales earmarked for the band’s Vitalogy Foundation charity.
Ed Sheeran, Coldplay’s Chris Martin and more also slated for Johannesburg, South Africa concert celebrating centennial of Nelson Mandela’s birth.