(FILES) A file picture shows US singer Axel Rose performing with his band Guns N'Roses during the last day of the Rock in Rio
VANDERLEI ALMEIDA

Okay, so it's not exactly news that Neil Young and Crazy Horse are playing the Bridge School Benefit; this is, after all, Young's 26th year organizing the event, which supports children with severe physical impairments and complex communication needs. The real news here, of course, is Guns N' Roses.

The rock legends will play the festival before starting their 14-day residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. Is it too much to hope for a “Rockin' in the Free World” duet between Axl Rose and Neil Young?

The rest of the lineup isn't too shabby, either. Jack White, the Flaming Lips, Lucinda Williams, Foster the People and more are set to play the two-day festival, which takes place October 20 and 21st in Mountain View, California.

Watch the announcements below: