Woodstock Lines Up Korn, Rage, Jewel, DMX, Aerosmith, 26 Others

Korn, Alanis Morissette, Bush, Aerosmith, DMX, Jewel, Metallica, Rage Against The Machine, the Offspring, the Dave Matthews Band, and Sugar Ray are among the 31 performers who have been confirmed for the 30th anniversary Woodstock concert slated for this summer in upstate New York.

Michael Lang and John Scher (the men behind the three-day show scheduled for July 23-25) spoke with MTV News on Thursday and announced that the Chemical Brothers, George Clinton, Collective Soul, Counting Crows, Creed, Sheryl Crow, Everlast, Fatboy Slim, Foo Fighters, Ice Cube, Limp Bizkit, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the Brian Setzer Orchestra would also be among the artists on the bill.

Tickets for the event (which will be staged at the 3,600-acre Griffiss Park in Rome, New York) will go on sale on April 18, as will various package tour tickets. Tickets for the show are going for $150, and will be available through Ticketmaster at (212) 397-7474, or online at Ticketmaster.com.

Organizers are

also putting together the "Woodstock Express," which will provide concertgoers in 17 cities with bus transportation to Rome and tickets to the show for $249.99. Those hoping for a quicker trip to Rome can book roundtrip airfare and three nights lodging at a nearby hotel through Target Sport Adventures at www.targetsport.com.

Here's a list of the acts confirmed for Woodstock '99:

    Aerosmith Bush The Chemical Brothers George Clinton Collective Soul Counting Crows Creed Sheryl Crow DMX Everlast Fatboy Slim Foo Fighters Guster Ice Cube Jewel Korn Limp Bizkit Live Los Lobos Dave Matthews Band Metallica moe. Alanis Morissette Willie Nelson The Offspring Rage Against The Machine Sugar Ray Red Hot Chili Peppers Rusted Root Brian Setzer Orchestra The Tragically Hip