The shows will take place October 3 and 4, with tickets going on sale August 7.

Page embarked on his second tour with the Black Crowes this summer, and the outing piggy-backed The Who’s tour. The tours were routed so that Page and the Crowes performed either the day before or after the British rock legends at most venues.

This time, however, they will all take the stage together, with no opening act . In an unusual move, there will be no admittance into the Garden after the 7:30 p.m. start time (doors open at 6 p.m.).

The Garden concerts mark the first time The Who, Jimmy Page, and the Black Crowes will perform together, and an onstage collaboration between all three acts is being discussed.

Meantime, The Who, Page and the Crowes continue their summer shed tours until the finale at the Garden.

The Who embarks on a United Kingdom leg of its tour on November 2.