Scotland will play in Aberdeen for the first time in their history when they take on the star-studded Barbarians.
The game will take place at Aberdeen's Pittodrie Stadium on Tuesday, May 24 at 7.30pm.
Aberdeen-born scrum-half Chris Cusiter is relishing the opportunity to play in his home town.
He said: "It's always a thrill and honour for me to play for Scotland but it would be an extra special feeling to run out in the blue jersey at Pittodrie.
"I've been an Aberdeen football fan all my life. I remember when I was at primary school being a ballboy at Pittodrie. I think it was a game against Airdrie and it was great for me to see heroes like Alex McLeish, Theo Snelders and Eoin Jess."
Scottish Rugby's Corporate Affairs Director Mike Keohane added: "We are committed to giving the people of Scotland the best opportunity to support their team.
"This season Scottish Rugby has taken the Scotland team to Glasgow and Perth for matches against Australia and Japan respectively.
"This has been appreciated by supporters who stay in, or close to, these two cities and has also given us the chance to appeal to new supporters.
"If we wish to be serious contenders to bring major international events to Scotland, such as the 2015 Rugby World Cup, then we must demonstrate, much as we did at the IRB under-21 Rugby World Championship last year, that international sporting events can be held in different parts of Scotland."
The Barbarians provisional squad for the game includes Australian World Cup winners Joe Roff and Matt Burke, Springbok back-row Corne Krige, French back Thomas Castaignede and Ireland stand-off David Humphreys.
England flanker James Haskell insists he will be pushing as hard as possible to be back from a toe injury in time to make his case for a spot in Eddie Jones' side looking to defend their RBS 6 Nations title next year.