Notre Dame's third football game this season will begin a string of three straight night games.
The Irish will play at Michigan State at 8 p.m. Sept. 15, ESPN and the Big Ten announced Tuesday. The game will be televised by ABC.
Notre Dame will then play host to Michigan at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22, and the Irish will play Miami at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 in its off-site game at Chicago's Soldier Field.
Notre Dame's has played a night game in four of its last five trips to East Lansing. The Irish's last game at Michigan State ended in memorable fashion as the Spartans pulled off a 34-31 overtime victory by executing a fake field goal.
Notre Dame, which opens the season against Navy on Sept. 1 in Dublin, Ireland, has kickoff times for eight of its 12 games this season.
Times are not set for Notre Dame's trips to Oklahoma on Oct. 27, Boston College on Nov. 10 and USC on Nov. 24.
Notre Dame plays host to Purdue on Sept. 8, Stanford on Oct. 13, BYU on Oct. 20, Pittsburgh on Nov. 3 and Wake Forest on Nov. 17. All of those games kick off at 3:30 p.m.
In other scheduling news, former Irish offensive coordinator Charley Molnar will return to Notre Dame Stadium in 2015. The University of Massachusetts announced on its website that it will play at Notre Dame on Sept. 26, 2015.
Molnar took over as head coach of the Minutemen, who begin their first season in the Football Bowl Subdivision this year, after this past season.