The full lineup was announced on Friday (Jan. 30), and although it includes a variety of performers, it's definitely heavy on the hip-hop stars.
Drake will kick off the festivities on Friday, Jul. 3, while Kendrick Lamar and Avicii will co-headline on Saturday, Jul. 4, and Nicki Minaj and David Guetta team up for Sunday, Jul. 5. Not too shabby.
Nicki Minaj dropped her third album, The Pinkprint, in December, so she'll have plenty of new music to perform. And both Drake and Kendrick Lamar are expected to drop new albums before summer -- so hopefully they'll both be out by then.
Additional hip-hop and R&B performers included Childish Gambino, Logic, Joey Bada$$, G-Eazy, ILoveMakonnen, August Alsina and Grandmaster Flash.