Snow Patrol will perform a free gig at Belfast's flagship HMV store this week.
The Northern Ireland band are set to appear at the Donegall Arcade site on Thursday, May 31st at 5.30pm.
To gain entry, fans can obtain wristbands for the event by purchasing the group's latest album Wildness from HMV in person.
Wristbands are limited to one per person while stocks last from 12noon on Wednesday, May 30.
Details of the intimate gig come one day after Snow Patrol announced they would be returning to Belfast later this year for a huge show at the SSE Arena.
They will perform in the city on December 7, as well as the 3Arena in Dublin on December 11.
The band also recently performed a sold out show at the Ulster Hall.
Gary Lightbody, Nathan Connolly, Paul Wilson, Johnny McDaid, and Jonny Quinn hailed the gig an "incredible night" as they return to the music scene.
Snow Patrol's seventh studio album Wildness has received rave reviews and earned the accolade of being named the Sunday Times album of the week.
It was also one of the Evening Standard's albums of the week.
Magazine Hot Press hailed the band's seventh album, describing it as "arguably the most ambitious opus" of Snow Patrol's 25-year career.