Billy Joel, Robert Plant, and electronic heavyweights Deadmau5 and Bassnectar will perform this year at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

UPDATE: The full lineup can be found below the list.

Other artists to appear this year at the giant party on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee include:

Kendrick Lamar
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Mumford & Sons
Florence + the Machine
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
Flying Lotus
Flume
SOJA
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib
Spoon
Alabama Shakes
Odesza
Kygo
Hozier
Guster
Brandi Carlile
Jamie XX
RL Grime
Rudimental
SBTRKT
Glass Animals
Gary Clark Jr.
Tears for Fears
Twenty One Pilots
The War on Drugs
Against Me!
Tycho
Gramatik
Slayer
STS9
My Morning Jacket
Childish Gambino
Courtney Barnett
Sylvan Esso
Ben Folds
Trampled by Turtles
Moon Taxi
Houndmouth
Caribou
G-Eazy
Run the Jewels
Rustie
Sturgil Simpson
Between the Buried & Me
Mac Demarco
Ryn Weaver
Strand of Oaks
Belle and Sebastian
Medeski, Martin and Wood
Tove Lo
Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn
Spicy Pie
The Growlers
Shakey Graves
Bahamas
Jon Cleary & the Monster Gentlemen
Dopapod
Primus
Ana Tijoux
Rhiannon Giddens
Woods
Priory
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Pallbearer
Dej Loaf
Atmosphere
Punch Brothers
Dawes
The Very Best
And more…

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Bonnaroo 2015 takes place June 11-14 at Great Stage Park with nearly 150 performances happening across more than 10 stages. Tickets go on sale 9am PST on Saturday, January 17.

For the third consecutive year, festival organizers used the Bonnaroo Lineup Announcement Megathon (B.L.A.M.) format to break that news. Fans call a toll-free number 1-844-ROO-2015 to discover one artist playing Bonnaroo 2015 and were encouraged to share the news using the hashtag #bonnaroo. This is a creative and interactive deviation from other large music events that simply release a poster to announce the lineup.

This year’s lineup was announced a full month earlier than last year. Headliners from 2014 included the now Jazz Fest bound Elton John, Coachella bound Jack White, Kanye West, and Skrillex. Attendance is estimated at more than 90,000.

Photos from last year:

http://youtu.be/SOFuSwXmthI