Frank Ocean, Tame Impala and Nine Inch Nails will headline the second annual Panorama music festival on Randall's Island this July, according to a lineup released Monday on the festival's website.
The three-day event — set to run from Friday, July 28, to Sunday, July 30, at Randall's Island Park — will also feature such artists as Solange, MGMT, Alt-J, Nick Murphy, A Tribe Called Quest and Justice. You can scan the full lineup below:
Can we kick it? pic.twitter.com/OYKPQHhRBM— Panorama (@PanoramaNYC) January 9, 2017
This will be Nine Inch Nails' first performance since August 2014, and A Tribe Called Quest's first show since November 2013, Pitchfork reported. The industrial rock band and the Queens-born hip-hop group both released new albums in late 2016.
A full list of performers at this year's Panorama festival is available here.
Tickets sales begin Friday at 10 a.m. General admission passes range from $125 for one day, to $345 for three days. The festival is charging $265 for a one-day VIP pass, with expedited check-in and additional benefits, and $745 for a three-day pass.
Ferry and shuttle passes can be purchased for an additional cost.
At last year's event, temperatures soaring into the upper 90s didn't discourage huge crowds of concert-goers from attending performances by artists like Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire and Blood Orange.
Panorama isn't the only music festival scheduled to annex the grounds at Randall's Island Park this summer; in June, the 7th annual Governors Ball will draw music-loving masses to the same parkland.