Public Enemy are set to headline and perform at the Movement Electronic Music Festival.
The iconic rap group plan to preview new music from their upcoming album Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp, reports All Hip Hop.
The LP, as well as a second new album The Evil Empire of Everything, is due to come out later year.
Movement Electronic Music Festival will take place in Detroit, Michigan on March 27.
The performer lineup includes producer Diplo's Major Lazer, Radio Slave and Damian Lazarus, while the festival will also feature art exhibits and an interactive technology center.
Back in 2009, the group asked fans to help fund their album due to their deal with fan-funding engine SellaBand. The fans ended up raising $50,000 (£30,000).
Watch Public Enemy's video for 'Don't Believe The Hype' below: