As if David Letterman's final few days on the air weren't star-studded enough.
On Tuesday night, Bob Dylan will perform on the "Late Show" for its second-to-last episode with Letterman at the helm, CBS News reports.
The network says it will be the Minnesota music legend's first time visiting the show since 1993, when it was in its first season on CBS.
The show promises to be one for the ages – along with Dylan, Bill Murray is slated as Letterman's featured guest that night, according to Entertainment Weekly. The night before, Tom Hanks and Eddie Vedder are in the lineup.
However, the magazine notes the final night's guests are being kept a mystery.
No word yet on what Dylan will be performing.
He released a new album, "Shadows in the Night," in February.