The lineup for this year’s Firefly Music Festival has been revealed and — big surprise — OutKast are headlining. The reunited ATLiens recently let it be known that they’ll play more than 40 festival dates this year, including sets at Coachella and Governors Ball. Now, the beloved rap duo (who may or may not be at work on a new album) are officially booked to play Firefly when it takes over the Woodlands of Dover International Speedway in Delaware.
Foo Fighters, Arctic Monkeys, Sleigh Bells, Chance the Rapper, and Weezer are also on-roster for the four-day showcase, which runs from June 19 through 22.
Here’s the rest of the lineup: Jack Johnson, Sky Ferreira, Tegan and Sara, Girl Talk, Imagine Dragons, Pretty Lights, the Lumineers, Band of Horses, Young the Giant, Cage the Elephant, Childish Gambino, Portugal. the Man, Grouplove, Local Natives, Ziggy Marley, Iron & Wine, Jake Bugg, Amos Lee, Third Eye Blind, Twenty One Pilots, City and Colour, Kaiser Chiefs, A-Trak, the Airborne Toxic Event, Phantogram, MS MR, Washed Out, Phospherescent, tUnE-yArDs, Walk Off the Earth, the White Panda, Typhoon, Cash Cash, American Authors, Martin Garrix, G-Eazy, A Great Big World, RAC, Vic Mensa, Dan Croll, Lucius, Smallpools, Bleachers, the Mowgli’s, NONONO, New Politics, Kodaline, White Denim, Asaf Avidan, Cherub, Sir Sly, Aer, Johnnyswim, San Fermin, Geographer, Courtney Barnett, the Colourist, Wild Cub, the Wild Feathers, Shakey Graves, Goldroom, Wild Child, Haerts, Little Comets, Magic Man, Royal Teeth, the Ceremonies, Gregory Alan Isakov, Bad Things, Vance Joy, Andrew Belle, Basic Vacation, Hunter Hunted, Misterwives, Bronze Radio Return, the Unlikely Candidates, X Ambassadors, Son Lux, Salva, Little Daylight, Kongos, Saints of Valory, Holychild, Gemini Club, Step Rockets, the Griswolds, Sleeper Agent, John & Jacob, Pigpen Theatre Co, Hey Rosetta!, the Weeks, High Highs, Courrier, Cruiser, New Sweden, Mean Lady, Christian Porter, Stop Light Observations, and Breach the Summit.
Tickets for Firefly go on sale Monday, January 20 at noon EST.
For a look back at last year’s event, revisit SPIN’s Best Live Photos, Best Portraits, and the 10 Best Things We Saw at the Delaware Blowout.