Limp Bizkit took to its social channels today to announce an exciting new performance with the National Symphony Orchestra. Following in the footsteps of such titanic acts as Trey Anastasio, Bob Weir, GZA, Raekwon, Warren Haynes and many more, the Bizkit’s enticing new staging will cast Jacksonville, Fla.’s rap-rock instigators in a new light, finally bestowing the prestige the group has earned in thirty years of Breakin’ Stuff. This one-night-only engagement is slated for June 9th at Vienna, Va.’s Wolf Trap.

Limp Bizkit’s symphonic performance will comprise two distinct frames. First, bandleader Fred Durst will turn to face the orchestra, as his fitted cap finally turns to face us, conducting the renowned ensemble through Chopin, Debussy, Vivaldi, Elgar and more through his trademark jerking, interpretive slam-dance gestures. The evening’s second frame will feature unheard orchestral arrangements of Bizkit staples from classic albums like Three Dollar Bill Y’all and Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, including “Nookie,” “My Way,” “Hot Dog” and the band’s famously good treatment of George Michael’s “Faith” to have the crowd Rollin’ into the night.

On this show in the works, Durst enthusiastically shared, Now I know y’all are gonna love this s*** right-chea! With a thumpin’ three hours of Nu metal ahead, you’re sure to leave with a fat lip!” A spokesperson for the seemingly inexhaustible National Symphony described the set as “exactly the meld of high and popular culture you all deserve.”

Tickets for Limp Bizkit’s symphonic performance are available now. Click here for more information.