On Sept. 9, New York City officials will officially rename the intersection of Ludlow and Rivington Streets Beastie Boys Square in honor of the hip-hop group.

Living members Diamond (Mike D) and Adam Horowitz (Ad-Rock) will attend the ceremony. The celebrations include a special program by DJ Jon Bless HiFi System.

Additionally, Spike Jonze’s Beastie Boys Story will be playing at the IFC Center in Greenwich Village throughout the weekend, and SiriusXM is launching a dedicated Beastie Boys radio station starting September 7.

The intersection of Ludlow and Rivington is featured on the cover of the Beastie Boys’ 1989 album, ‘Paul’s Boutique’.

After the death of Adam Yoke (Adam “MCA” Yauch) in 2012, fans started a campaign to rename the intersection in the band’s honor. Last July, the initiative finally received approval from the New York City Council.

Yoke had founded the band with Mike Diamond and Adam Horowitz. The Beastie Boys, of Jewish descent from Brooklyn, New York, managed to establish themselves in a musical genre dominated by African-American artists.