Woodstock 50 Lineup Revealed: Jay-Z, Robert Plant, the Raconteurs, Dead & Co., the Killers and more among 80 artists announced

After months of speculation, the Woodstock 50 lineup was revealed Tuesday. Included in the lineup were the rumored artists leaked two weeks ago.

Headliners for the Aug. 16-18 festival, being held at Watkins Glen International Speedway in the Finger Lakes region of New York include: Jay-Z, the Killers, Dead & Company, Imagine Dragons, Miley Cyrus and Chance the Rapper.

Woodstock 50 Lineup

In a reflection of the current musical landscape, the lineup includes several pop and hip-hop performers: the aforementioned Jay-Z, Run the Jewels, Common, Halsey, Janelle Monáe, Cyrus, India.Arie, Princess Nokia, Chance the Rapper and Earl Sweatshirt.

There’s also a noticeable female presence this year with artists such as Soccer Mommy, Brandi Carlile, Bishop Briggs, Monáe, Cyrus Margo Price, Jade Bird, Emily King, Flora Cash and Cherry Glazerr.

The somewhat lacking legacy component of the lineup that producer Michael Lang had promised was also officially revealed in the Tuesday announcement. Several original Woodstock performers will be gracing the stages for the 50th. Santana, Canned Heat, John Fogerty, Country Joe McDonald, John Sebastian, Melanie, David Crosby and members of Dead & Company all performed at the original Woodstock at Bethel in 1969.

Tickets for the three-day event go on sale April 22. For more information, visit the official Woodstock website here.

Woodstock 50 Lineup:

Friday, Aug. 16:

The Killers
Miley Cyrus
The Lumineers
The Raconteurs
Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
John Fogerty 
Run The Jewels
The Head and The Heart
Maggie Rogers
Michael Franti & Spearhead 
Bishop Briggs
Anderson East 
Princess Nokia
John Sebastian
Fever 333
Flora Cash
Larkin Poe
Brian Cadd
Ninet Tayeb 

Saturday, Aug. 17:

Dead & Company
Chance The Rapper
The Black Keys 
Sturgill Simpson
Greta Van Fleet 
Protugal. The Man
Leon Bridges
Gary Clark Jr. 
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros 
David Crosby & Friends
Margo Price
Nahko & Medicine For The People
Jade Bird
Country Joe McDonald
Rival Sons
Emily King
Soccer Mommy
Taylor Bennett
Amy Helm
Courtney Hadwin

Sunday, Aug. 18:

Imagine Dragons
Cage The Elephant 
Brandi Carlile
Janelle Monáe
Young The Giant
Courtney Barnett
Vince Staples
Judah & The Lion
Earl Sweatshirt
The Zombies
Canned Heat
Hot Tuna
Pussy Riot
Cherry Glazerr
Leven Kali
The Marcus King Band
Hollis Brown
John Craigie
Amigo The Devil
Liz Brasher

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