American mash-up master Gregg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, is bringing a suitcase full of samples and other audio experiments to Track 29 on Sept. 28, the venue announced Tuesday on Facebook.
The show will help mark the venue's one-year anniversary in September and joins previously announced headliners that month, including Arrested Development on Sept. 6 and the return of Corey Smith on Sept 14.
Girl Talk is touring in support of his fifth and most recent release, "All Day," already described as the most meticulous and epic musical statement of his 12-year career. The artist himself feels it is his most "fully realized and evolved manifestation of the Girl Talk aesthetic."
"With the grand intent of creating the most insane and complex pop collage album ever heard, large catalogs of both blatantly appropriated melodies and blasts of unrecognizable fragments were assembled for the ultimate Girl Talk record," officials with his label, Illegal Art, said.
Time magazine, Rolling Stone, Blender, Wired and NPR have each put previous Girl Talk releases on their best lists.
He tours relentlessly and has added some additional crowd-pleasers to the dance party with confetti, balloons and other random prop-shooters launched from the stage during the show.
Over the past few years, Girl Talk has played shows at the Vancouver Olympics, Coachella, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, V-Fest, Monolith and Planeta Terra festivals.
Gillis has even had a day named in his honor by the city of Pittsburgh, his hometown.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Aug. 17 at 10 a.m. online and at the Track 29 box office.