Alice In Chains will perform on Tuesday atop the iconic Space Needle in Seattle to commemorate this week’s release of the band’s sixth studio album, Rainier Fog. The quartet will be the first band ever to perform on the Space Needle’s brand-new “Loupe,” the world’s first and only revolving glass floor located 500 feet in the air. Part of the Space Needle’s recent $100 million renovation. the Loupe is powered by 12 motors and offers 360-degree views over the city. The Space Needle performance will be part of a week of Alice In Chains-themed events in Seattle to celebrate Friday’s release of Rainier Fog. On Monday night, the Seattle Mariners will host “Alice In Chains Night” at Safeco Field, while a pop-up shop and retrospective exhibit will open on Thursday and Friday at the Crocodile, featuring limited edition merchandise, rare photos, memorabilia, music gear and more. Rainier Fog follows up Alice In Chains’ 2013 studio effort, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.