Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, AC/DC, Tool and Iron Maiden are some of the participants in the new festival that will be called “Power Trip” and will be created by the company Goldenvoice that also founded the Coachella festival.

The online edition of Variety magazine reports the above, although there is no official announcement.

Sources cited by Variety say the festival will take place at Coachella’s headquarters, the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California, in October. The news was previously reported by Hits, Desert Sun and music blog the Scenestar.

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Despite its Coachella connection, the festival feels more like a hard rock version of Goldenvoice’s 2016 “Desert Trip” festival, which featured a classic rock line-up of Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan , Neil Young, the Who and Roger Waters.

The ‘teaser’ campaign – if you can call it that – kicked off earlier this week with a video posted on a new website and Instagram account called Power Trip that features iconic metal imagery including a Gibson SG guitar, a stack of amplifiers, clothing and bands of the metal music scene.

According to the same information, announcements are expected to be made today, Thursday, March 30, while Scenestar says that the festival will take place on the weekend of October 6-8. According to Hits, Guns N’ Roses and Iron Maiden will perform on Friday, AC/DC and Osbourne on Saturday, and Metallica and Tool on Sunday.

As for the health of Osbourne, who canceled his world tour earlier this year, the magazine reckons a one-off appearance at the new festival might be more feasible as it’s less strenuous.