It's going to be a cross-genre meeting of the musical minds when pop-country superstar Taylor Swift joins the legendary Rolling Stones live onstage at their concert in Chicago Monday night (June 3). Swift will appear on the final night of a three-night stand at the United Center.

The Stones announced Swift's appearance in a Twitter post Monday. The group are currently celebrating their 50th anniversary with the 50 & Counting Tour, which has featured guest spots from artists as diverse as Sheryl Crow, Katy Perry and Dave Grohl.

Keith Urban joined the group onstage in Los Angeles on May 3, and this past Saturday (May 5) Carrie Underwood came out in Toronto to add her voice to 'It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It).'

So far there's no word what song Swift will perform with the British rock legends. The young superstar has remained uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter.

The Stones have just seven more dates for their tour, scattered over June and July. Swift's Red Tour runs through August before wrapping up with a three-night stand at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.