Paul Simon, 1980. (Getty)

Forest Hills High School graduate Paul Simon will return home for a concert this summer—this will be the music legend's first time playing Forest Hills Stadium in forty years. Simon "grew up in the beautiful, leafy suburb of New York City at the corner of 70th and Metropolitan," according to the stadium's exciting announcement, and it's where he "attended Forest Hills High School in the early 1950s and where he and fellow student and neighbor Art Garfunkel" worked on their music and gave themselves an ampersand.

As a duo, the two played the Queens stadium in 1967 (with The Doors opening!), and again in 1970, which was their final show together for about a decade. There's some delightfully aged audio in the below videos, where you can hear a few tunes as well as banter with the crowd.

Simon, sans Garfunkel, will return on June 30th, and tickets (including VIP) will go on sale February 27th (or the 22nd, if you have an Amex card). The show will likely be a nostalgic one, but Simon is also about to release his 12th studio album, Stranger to Stranger, so don't expect to be fully transported to the past.