Guns N’ Roses fans have just been granted a late Christmas present. According to Billboard, founding members Axl Rose and Slash have finally buried the hatchet and agreed to perform together at Coachella 2016. The two have not shared the stage in over twenty years.

Axl Rose And Slash To Reunite For Guns N’ Roses Coachella 2016

The two legendary rocker’s reunion may not solely be for the California musical festival, however, as Billboard is also reporting that the pair are currently in negotiations with promoters to play as many as 25 football stadiums in North America in the summer of 2016.

The venture is sure to prove lucrative for the group. Their last tour grossed $15.2 million and only featured Axl Rose from the original lineup.

The band is expected to be one of the first acts to play the new Las Vegas arena which opens in April. With an asking price of $3 million a show, tickets will not be cheap, expected to range between $250-$275 a pop.

Fans are unlikely to be deterred, however, and will no doubt fork out the cash to witness the pair jam on classic Guns N’ Roses hits, something which hasn’t occurred since July 17, 1993 at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires.