The 'Jump' band will play an abbreviated set for a gathering of music writers at the legendary Cafe Wha? on Thursday (January 5), according to Rolling Stone.
The concert will prove particularly historic for Van Halen as Cafe Wha? was once operated by frontman David Lee Roth's uncle Manny Roth.
Cafe Wha? has hosted concerts from Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and The Velvet Underground as well as comedy shows by legends like Woody Allen and Richard Pryor.
Van Halen formally announced in late December that they would reunite with Roth for a new tour, which will mark the band's return to live concerts after a near four-year break.
Their 2007 North American tour dates were Van Halen's first shows with Roth since the '1984 Tour' over two decades earlier.
Van Halen, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame prior to their previous reunion, will apparently release details about their tour dates in the coming weeks.
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Watch amateur footage of Van Halen performing 'I'll Wait' on their 2007 tour below: