New York City’s iconic Late Show will bring a host of TV personalities to the city in celebration of its 20th anniversary.
The show’s cast will headline a New York-centric event on Saturday night with former guests David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers, among others, according to an invite obtained by ET.
The special is part of a New Year’s Eve event that also will feature a number of musical acts and comedians, including the pop band The Weeknd, the country music duo Ryan Adams and John Legend, and hip-hop act Lil Wayne.
The show also will host a surprise performance by “The Simpsons,” which will be presented by New York’s City of Colors Museum.
The cast is expected to participate in a Q&A with guests and host host Stephen Colbert, the host of The Late Show.
On Friday, the show also kicked off a “Summer of ’73” themed celebration featuring an outdoor bar and a variety of entertainment.
The special will feature performances by The Beach Boys, the National Symphony Orchestra, Bob Marley’s Purple Rain, the American Music Hall of Fame and the New York State Museum.
“Summer Of ’73: A Musical Celebration” will air live from the Empire State Building on Saturday at 7 p.m.
ET/4 p.d. ET.