A massive list of musicians including Willie Nelson, Steven Tyler, Brandon Flowers and many more will perform for a John Lennon tribute concert at New York's Madison Square Garden on Dec. 5, to honor what would have been the Beatles singer's 75th birthday.

Other performers include Sheryl Crow, Eric Church, Peter Frampton, Kris Kristofferson, Tom Morello, Aloe Blacc, Juanes, Train's Pat Monahan, Chris Stapleton and The Roots with more artists to be announced before the show.

The show is titled Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert and it will broadcast on AMC a couple weeks after the actual performance on Dec. 19 at 9 p.m. EST.

"It's beautiful to see so many wonderful and talented musicians come together for this special show to celebrate John's birthday," Yoko Ono said in a statement via Rolling Stone. "John's art continues to give hope, light and happiness to generations of people everywhere. His belief that each of us can change the world continues to inspire the human race to believe in themselves, and his influence is everlasting in everyone's hearts as we all share in the possibilities and power of music."

Although it hasn't been announced yet, it's hard to imagine Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and maybe Ono herself not making it to the stage for a performance at the event. It's possible there will be a number of surprises and collaborations happening on the night as this list of star-studded musicians tackle some of the singer's classic songs.

Lennon's birthday is actually Oct. 9 and the date of the concert actually falls closer to the date of his death, which took place on Dec. 4th, when he was murdered outside of his New York apartment.

Tickets go on sale Nov. 17 through Ticketmaster, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting The Robin Hood Foundation, New York's largest organization fighting poverty.