I know another idiom "scheduled for" for this exact usage (Relevant post), like
The meeting is scheduled for January 26th.
But I'm constantly tempted to use "will be held" in this kind of usages. Just to make sure if it's correct before I'm using it more often, is it common to use "will be held" to specify the time that the event will take place?
The meeting will be held on January 26th.